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COMPLETE 

DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE 

OF 



'KODASCOPE' 
LIBRARY 

OF MOTION PICTURES 




mm 



AYAIUBLE FOR HIRE FROM THE 

KODASCOPE LIBRARY 

KODAK LIMITED 

KODAK HOUSE, KINGSWAY. LONDON, W.C.2 



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ALL "KODASCOPE" LIBRARY FILMS 
ARE PRINTED ON KODAK SAFETY 
FILM AND ARE PERFECTLY SAFE FOR 
HOME PROJECTION WITH A "KODA- 
SCOPE". ALL HAVE AN AVERAGE 
SHOWING TIME OF FROM 10 TO 15 
MINUTES PER REEL. 



FOR YOUR 
ESPECIAL ATTENTION 

Too much stress cannot be laid on the importance of 
returning films within the period for which they are hired. 
When films are retained by borrowers beyond the date they 
are due for return, other Library Members have to be dis- 
appointed. When you hire films, therefore, please return 
them to the Library on the day they are due. You would 
be disappointed if the films you booked were delayed — do 
not disappoint others by failing to return those you hire in 
good time. 



HOW TO JOIN 

AND USE 

THE 'KODASCOPE' LIBRARY 



The "Kodascope" Library provides tilm hire facilities to registered 
members only, and you can become a registered member simply by 
filling in the card* entitled "Application for 'Kodascope' Library 
Service," and returning it to the Librar3^ Once you are a member 
you can hire any of the hundreds of films described in the following 
pages, at the rates and terms outlined below. 

You can hire "Kodascope" Library Films direct from the Library 
at Kodak House, Kingsway, London, where all tilms in this 
catalogue are available. There are other Libraries holding selec- 
tions of popular films in the Kodak Branches in Birmingham, 
Glasgow, Liverpool, Dublin and Newcastle-on-Tyne. Some Cine- 
Kodak dealers hold selections of films. Catalogues of films available 
from your nearest Branch Library holding "Kodascope" Library 
Films will be sent to you gladly on request. 

EXHIBITING "KODASCOPE" LIBRARY FILMS 

"KODASCOPE" LIBRARY FILMS ARE HIRED FOR PRIVATE 
EXHIBITION ONLY. AND NOT FOR EXHIBITION FOR 
PAYMENT. 

Kodak Ltd. are not Renters within the meaning of the Cinemato- 
graph Acts, and it is therefore prohibited for "Kodascope" Library 
Films to be shown to the public. 

HOW TO ORDER FILMS 

Write or telephone (preferably write) to one or other of the 
Libraries as far in advance as possible. This applies especially 
during the months of November to Febniar\- inclusive. 

* Obtainable on request from your Cine-'Kodak' Dealer or from Kodak Ltd. 



2 

Please give the following details always : — 

1. Size of films required, i.e. 16 mm. or 8 mm. 

2. The catalogue number of each film required. 

3. The date on which the films are required. 

4. The period over which you wish to retain them. 

Tn order to avoid disappointment to other Library members 
waiting for your films always state the exact period over which 
you wish to retain the films and return them on the date due. Note, 
too, that charges for dates over which films are retained without 
adv^ance booking are higher than for days booked in advance. 

If you are only able to give short notice, then please give two 
alternative film numbers in case the films that you want are already 
booked to another Library member. If the films you order are not 
available we will send films of similar subject matter unless specially 
instructed not to do so. 

Orders for Library Films wanted for week-end showing should be 
received by the "Kodascope" Library not later than the first post 
on Thursday. 

Time permitting, your orders will be acknowledged. You will 
realise that we cannot guarantee to send the films you order, as 
unauthorised retention or severe damage by other hirers may make 
their despatch impossible. Every effort will, however, be made to 
send them. 

HOW TO PAY FOR FILM HIRE 

When films are booked through the "Kodascope" Library, 
London, or any of the Branch Libraries, an invoice is sent as soon as 
possible after the return of the films. Accounts are payable 
monthly, otherwise service will cease. Pa^Tnent is made to the 
"Kodascope" Library. 

When films are booked through your Cine-Kodak dealer, the 
Dealer will submit the invoice, and pajonent should be made to him. 

Saturday and Sunday will count as one day. PubUc holidays of 
three consecutive days will be charged as two days. Easter (Good 
Friday to Easter Monday inclusive) will be charged as three days. 

Hire charges include postage from the Library to your address : 
films must be returned post or carriage paid. You are earnestly 
requested not to retain films beyond the period for which they are 
booked. Hire is charged for each day films are held, whether you 
use them or not. 

Hire Charges. Whether you obtain films from the "Koda- 
scope" Library, London, or one of the Branch Libraries, or through 



a Cine-Kodak Dealer, every film is charged at a fixed price per 
reel irrespective of subject, viz. : — 

For the first day of hire 2/6 per reel 

For each subsequent day booked at the 

time of ordering I /- per reel 

For each subsequent day films are retained 
without advance booking . . . . 2/6 per reel 

When advance bookings arc cancelled at short notice a nominal 
fee of 1/- is charged. 

Contract Hire Charges. If you will hire a quantity of films over 
a period of TWELVE MONTHS, you can enter into a "Contract" 
with the Library for the supply of films at reduced rates, as 
follows : — 

With an advance payment of £5 0: — 

For first day of hire 1/8 per reel 

For each subsequent day booked at the 
time of ordering .. .. .. lOd. per reel 

For each subsequent day films are retained 
without booking . . . . . . 2/6 per reel 

With an advance payment of £7 10 : — 

For first day of hire .. 1/6 per reel 

For each subsequent day booked at the 
time of ordering .. .. .. 9d. per reel 

For each subsequent day films are retained 
without booking .. .. .. 2/6 per reel 

Films cannot be supplied at quantity rates until the advance 
payment has been made. Films hired at quantity rates will be 
sent post paid to your address and should be returned post or 
carriage paid. You are eamestty requested not to retain films 
beyond the period for which they are booked. Hire is charged for 
each day films are held, whether you use them or not. Please note 
that charges for dates over which films are retained without advance 
booking are higher than for days booked in advance. 

Hire Periods 

Hire is charged for each day on which films are held by you, 
whether you use them or not. It will enable the librarian to avoid 
disappointing other Library members waiting for your films if he 
receives the reels on the day they are due. You are particularly 
urged to return films on the date agreed to without delay. Only 
if aU members do this without fail can the library system run 
smoothly. You can imagine the disappointment at a children's 



party or at any other time, when lihns ordered do not arrive owing 
to a previous hirer failing to return them to the Library. 

Please, .therefore, always make a point of sending films back in 
good time. This not only ensures that other members will get the 
films they want when they want them, but will keep your account 
at a minimum. (See paragraph on returning films.) 

Returning Films 

When returning films, please use the label Ihat accompanies them. 
^Icmbers are requested to fill up the spaces on this label, showing the 
dates on which the films were returned. These dates are used in 
calculating hire charges. Careful attention to this important detail 
will avoid possible misunderstanding. 

Always return your films to the place from which 30U recei\ed 
them. Films booked through a Cine-Kodak Dealer who does not 
hold stocks will be sent to 3'ou from the "Kodascope" Library*, and 
should be returned direct to the Library. 

The "Kodascope" Library in London cannot undertake to collect 
or deUver library films by the van service of Kodak Ltd. in the 
London area. 

Films Collected and Returned Other than by Post 

Hire will be charged for the da}^ of collection but not for the day 
of return if films are returned before twelve noon. Films for 
Saturday and Sunday, however, may be collected on Friday after- 
noons (Frida}' will not be charged for). If returned by hand, films 
must be returned on Mondays. Always use the return label sent you 
ivith the films. 

Damaged Films 

Minor repairs to film, such as breaks, cleaning, etc., will be made 
without charge. Serious damage to perforations or to the surface 
of films whilst in j-our possession will be charged to you at the 
current prices for the work in\-olved. You are asked not to rewind 
films after use, in order that the Librarians may, during rewinding, 
make certain that films are in good condition for re-issue. 

General Conditions of Hire 

"Kodascope" Library Films are hired subject to the general 
conditions of sale of Kodak Limited. 

Copyright in all "Kodascope" Library- films is reserved and 
films must not be copied, duplicated or altered in any way. 



SECTIONS AND CLASSES OF "KODASCOPE*' LIBRARY 

FILMS 



SECTION I. DOCUMENTARY pages 

(a) Travel and Geographical. 

(b) L.M.S. Railway films of Great Britain. 

(c) Industrial. 

(d) Popular Science. 

(e) Agriculture and Fisher/. 

(f) Nature Films. 

(g) Sports. 

(h) Hunting and Fishing, 
(i) History, 
(j) Hygiene, 
(k) Miscellaneous. 



SECTION 2. COMEDY. 

(a) Juvenile. 

(b) "Our Gang." 

(c) Snooky the Monkey. 

(d) "Collegians" and "Sporting Youth" Series. 

(e) Chaplin. 

(f) Harold Lloyd. 

(g) Laurel and Hardy, 
(h) Short length comedies, 
(i) Full length comedies, 
(j) Trick Photography. 



6 to 77 



SECTION 


3. CARTOON. 


(a) 


Animated Models. 


(b) 


Oswald the Rabbit. 


(c) 


Mutt and Jeff. 


(d) 


Out-of-the-lnkwell. 


(e) 


Felix. 


(0 


/Esop's Fables. 


(g) 


Flip the Frog. 


SECTION 


4. DRAMA. 


(a) 


"Westerns." 



(b) Other Dramas. 
For a Detailed Index of all Films see end of catalogue 





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SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(a) TRAVEL AND GEOGRAPHICAL 

514 Bristol 2 Reels 

A tour round the seventh citj^ of England, famed 
for its docks, its tobacco and its sherry-; the 
beauties of the old buildings and the Avon 
gorge are shown, and the many places with 
historical associations visited. 

515 Venice 1 Reel 

Few visitors to this world-famous city can resist 
a longing to return, and here is a beautiful film 
that helps us to understand such nostagha. 
Steeped in romantic legends, Venice is the 20th 
centurj' sur^'ival of the colourful middle ages. 
The Palaces, the Campanile, the great cathedral 
of St. Mark and gondolas in the canals are 
all seen, to leave us with a lasting impression of 
past glories. 

517 A Drive in Paris 2 Reels 

The title is sufficient to indicate the subject 
matter of this film, which includes all the princi- 
pal sights of the French capital, probabh' the 
most famous tourist city in the world. 

518 The Eiffel Tower 1 Reel 

A general survey of the famous Parisian land- 
mark with manj^ fine panoramas of the city 
from various stages, and a historical review of 
the tower. 

538 Mount Everest Expedition, 1933 3 Reels 

The official film of the 1933 expedition, show- 
ing the difficulties encountered, and wonderful 
scener}' met with, in the gallant though fruitless 
efforts to conquer the highest mountain in the 
world. 

539 Cruising in the Fjords of Norway 1 Reel 

Passengers embark at Tilbury in a modern 
cruising ship. A glimpse of the fishing fieet, 
and then we are taken into typical fjord 
scenerj'. Some fine waterfalls and the Brixdal 
Glacier are visited. Bergen, last port of call, 
brings us back to scenes of urban activity. 

Order by numbers. FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 3 



I 



SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) : 

574 Japanese Festivals 1 Reel 

A fine film of the picturesque festivals for which 
the country is justly famous. 

575, 576, 577, 578 2 Reels each 

From London to Japan 

A remarkable travel picture, complete in 8 reels, 
of a joume}^ across Europe and Asia to the 
island country of the Far East. This film may 
be hired either : all at one time 

or : 2 reels at a time. 
In connection with this may be taken films 571 , 
572 and 573 (see Industry section) and also 574 
and 3288. 

586 Jasper the Magnificent 2 Reels 

Most people have heard of the great American 
National Parks, Yellowstone and Yosemite, but 
how many realise that in the Empire there is a 
park just as large, just as beautiful ? Jasper 
Park is in Canada, and takes in some of the 
highest peaks and most beautiful scenery in the 
Rockies. 

587 The Triangular Tour 1 Reel 

When the Canadian National Railway has 
passed the Great Continental Divide, it separ- 
ates into two fines down the British Columbia 
side, passing along deep and beautiful valleys 
and gorges to Prince Rupert in the North, Van- 
couver in the South. Between these two ports 
a steamship service is maintained and this forms 
the base of our triangle. 

588 The Gibraltar of Canada 1 Reel 

This is the description appUed to Quebec and its 
surroundings, situated around Cape Diamond 
and the Heights of Abraham, a district rich in 
historical associations and of great natural 
beauty. 

952 Cruising In the Mediterranean 2 Reels 

A film record of a cruise on R.M.S. Atlantis, 
visiting Vigo, Gibraltar, Philippeville and Con- 
stantine ; Naples, Sorrento and Pompeii, Mes- 
sina and Taormina ; Athens ; Malta, Tripoli 
and Malaga. 

989 Crossing Mt. Blanc 3 Reels 

A film record of interest to tourists, rock-climb- 
ers, and mountaineers of the scenery viewed and 
the strenuous climbing necessary when reaching 
the roof of Europe. 

Order by numbers. FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 3 



8 SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 

990 Through Wildest Africa 4 Reels 

A record of a journe}^ on safari from Dar-es- 
Salaarn up country into the wilds of Tanganyika 
and Kenya around Kilimanjaro, the highest 
peak in Africa, with some remarkable pictures 
of the many animals of the district. 

1002 Unblazed Trails 1 Reel 

This lilm follows the journeys of mountaineers 
on unblazed trails out from Lake Louise, British 
Columbia, depicting the wonders of Bow Lake, 
landing the traveller after many adventurous 
climbs into the ice area and tinally back to 
Laggan again. 

1003 A Fast Life 1 Reel 

This film takes us on an adventurous journey 
through the rapids of the jungle rivers in British 
Guiana. The boat is skilfully steered through 
dangerous passages between jagged rocks. 
There are views of the natives' jungle homes, 
made of branches with roughly thatched roofs. 

1005 In and out of Kongo San 1 Reel 

Southern Korea is one of the most beautiful 
places in Asia, and also one of the least visited. 
Kongo San itself is a monastery built in a very 
nearly inaccessible cleft in the mountains, 
amidst the very best of this scenery. A wonder- 
ful picture of a little known district. 

1006 Old China and New 1 Reel 

The first part of the trip is over an old canal. 
Pictures of curious irrigation pumps worked by 
coolies, duck farming, fishing and interesting 
sailing junks follow ; the film ends with the 
leaning Pagoda of Su-Chow. 

1007 Greece 1 Reel 

In this film we see the Parthenon, Prop3daea, 
Erechtheum, Theseion, Temple of Zeus, and 
many other famous buildings, and, in addition, 
we are shown many interesting "close-ups" of 
typical Hellenes and their markets, churches 
and houses. 

1008 Lapland 1 Reel 

An extremely interesting scenic picture, show- 
ing the domestic life and habits of the nomadic 
people who live in the Far North and whose 
principal occupation is breeding reindeer. 
Children, dogs, and characteristic costumes are 
featured extensively. 

Order by numbers. FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 3 



SECTJON (. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 

1009 Children of Holland 1 Reel 

A visit to the quaint and picturesque town of 
Volendani, where all the old customs of Holland 
are kej)t up. Volendani retains all the air of a 
seventeenth-century town, making its liveli- 
hood out of its lishing and the many tourists 
who visit it. 

1010 Poland 1 Reel 

About two-thirds of the population are agricul- 
tural, and this film is chielly concerned with 
the life of the peasant class. Polish women 
have always been renowned for their grace and 
beaut}^ 

1012 Athens 1 Reel 

Athens is one of the world's oldest and most 
famous cities, and it contains many beautiful 
classical buildings, some of wliich are here 
shown. We also see many views of the fine 
modern Greek capital. .A. film of absorbing 
interest, because of the town's historic and 
artistic associations as well as the great natural 
beauty of its surroundings. 

1013 Children of Roumania 1 Reel 

Children in this country are workers, not learn- 
ers. The education they receive is meagre, as 
they have to help their peasant parents on the 
land. The film shows however that they are 
bright and cheerful in spite of their handicaps. 

1014 Children of Scandinavia 1 Reel 

Many beautiful pictures are sho\vn of character- 
istically blonde children in the bizarre costumes 
of different parts of Scandinavia. There are 
several interesting scenes of folk-dancing in 
which the Scandinavians excel. 

1015 Norway 1 Reel 

Views of the scenerj^ and of the cities of this 
country are interspersed with "close-ups" of 
peasant tj'pes and costumes. The film closes 
with some fine photographs of the Midnight 
Sun. 

1019 Bohemia 1 Reel 

A number of scenes are shown of the market- 
place in Hradisch. The peasant's dress is the 
most picturesque in Europe. A large number 
of "close-ups" are given of the many different 
kinds of peasant costumes. 

Order by numbers. FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 3 



10 SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 

1020 Children of the Balkans 1 Reel 

Very interesting "close-ups" of the little chil- 
dren in Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. 
They are shown in intimate little domestic 
scenes of s])inning, ploughing, feeding turkeys, 
chickens and geese. 

1021 Monkey Land Up the Barito River 1 Reel 

The Barito River is in Borneo. It is over a 
mile wide and Hows through the jungle, where 
villages of Malays. Arabs and Dyaks are to be 
seen. The trees are alive with nionke3/s, and 
many excellent close-ups and more distant 
views of them are shown. 

1022 Prague 1 Reel 

The Czecho-Slovakian capital on the river 
Vltava is one of the most fascinating cities in 
Europe, rich in historicalinterest and surrounded 
by much fine countrj'. This film takes us on a 
short tour of the town. 

1023 Mr. Outing Floats a Dream 1 Reel 

A brief journey down the Amazon, showing 
Para on the Delta and Manaos, the extraordin- 
ary' cit}' which lies in isolation a thousand miles 
up the river. There are included some fascinat- 
ing photographs of ants, the plague of the 
district. 

1024 Children of Poland 1 Reel 

The people of Poland are a hard-working, frugal 
and hardy race. The children are given little 
opportunity for education, but are very intelli- 
gent in spite of this handicap. The girls thresh 
and spin llax, make clothes and look after geese, 
of which each family has a gaggle. The older 
boys till the soil while the 3'ounger tend cattle. 

1025 Roumania 1 Reel 

This film shows many typical scenes in this 
country. There are views in both the City of 
Bucharest and in the country. 

1026 Children of Bohemia 1 Reel 

Most people's knowledge of this Czecho- 
Slovakian province is based on operette and 
the like, but this excellent film shows us what 
life there is really like. 

1027 The Balkans 1 Reel 

The scenery shown in tliis film is varied, pictur- 
esque and stupendous, fbe costumes and 

Order by numbers. FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 3 



SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 11 

customs are quaint and interesting. Daily 
gatherings in the market place are featured, 
and there are a number of typical street and 
country scenes of great beauty. 

1028 Holland 1 Reel 

This film, after giving views of the dykes tiiat 
keep Holland free from the sea, shows Edam 
and Volendam where, unlike most of the coun- 
try people, the inhabitants keep up all the old 
Dutch customs and v/ear the national dress. 

1029 Where It's Always Vacation Time 1 Reel 

Winter and summer views of beautiful Algon- 
quin Park in Canada, 200 miles north of 
Toronto. The winter views, which are ex- 
tremely picturesque, show skating, snow- 
shoeing, ski-ing, sleighing, etc., while the 
summer views show holiday makers canoeing, 
swimming, playing tennis, fishing, and finally 
toasting marshmallows around a huge camp- 
fire. 

1030 Vienna 1 Reel 

This film shows us the church of St. Stephen — 
one of the finest pieces of Gothic architecture in 
Vienna — then the City Hall, the river Danube, 
the Imperial Palace, and finally some intimate 
pictures of Viennese home life. 

1031 In the Lee of the Horn 1 Reel 

Pictures of scenery and life at the southern ex- 
tremity of South America. Magnificent glaci- 
ers run down to the sea. Colonies of penguins 
are shown, with some interesting "close-ups" 
of individuals of the family. The native 
Patagonians are shown in their domestic 
surroundings. 

1032 Island of Surprise 1 Reel 

After a view of hand coaUng at Nagasaki in 
Japan, we set off for Hawaii. A tour of this 
interesting place follows, including some un- 
usual scenes of the interior of the crater of a 
volcano. 

1033 Italy 1 Reel 

Most of the scenes are in Rome, showing both 
ancient and modern parts of the city. The 
picturesque costume of the King's Guard, sol- 
diers, gendarmes and priests are shown. 

Order by numbers. FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 3 



12 SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 

1034 Naples 1 Reel 

A tilm review ol the beautiful Italian city, set in 
its famous Bay. Naples has been prominent 
for two and a half milleniums, and is rich in 
relics of the past. 

1035 Mr. Outing Instructs 1 Reel 

A film showing old native crafts in Japan. Silk 
is the principal industry reviewed, but making 
by hand of parasols, tubs, brooms, and other 
articles, is included. 

1036 Rome 1 Reel 

Beautiful views of the ruins, palaces, and 
fountains of the Eternal Cit}", which spread 
across the plains by the banks of the Tiber and 
over the Seven Hills, which the tow^n covered 
in imperial days. 

1038 Voiendam 1 Reel 

A splendid film of one of the most picturesque 
towns of Europe. The quaint Dutch costumes, 
the peculiar streets, the crowded canal and the 
fleet of fishing boats give scenes of exquisite 
beauty and charm. 

1039 A Movie Star's Stannpede 1 Reel 

This subject is full of action and shows feats by 
cowboj^s, broncho busters and lariat throwers, 
taken at the ranch of Culver City. It portrays 
some thrilling horse-back riding and some even 
more exciting attempts to ride wild steers. 

1040 Early to Rice 1 Reel 

A film about the Philippines, where rice is the 
staple food. We visit the native village of 
Sibulon. The houses are of thatch and every- 
thing is extremely primitive. One of the 
amusements of the natives is cock-fighting. 

1041 Leading a Dog's Life 1 Reel 

The early scenes are laid in the Far North where 
the Eskimo husky is invaluable. Then the pic- 
ture shows our own domestic type of dog, such 
as St. Bernard and Newfoundland, being used 
as pack carriers. 

1042 Where They Go Rubbering 1 Reel 

The scene is laid in the interior of South Ameri- 
ca, showing a party going up river in huge 

Onkr by numbers. FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 3 



SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 13 

canoes. Modern methods of artilicial cultiva- 
tion of the rubber tree, and the gathering and 
curing of rubber are shown first. Then the party 
proceeds further into the interior, where the 
natives gatfier rubber from the wild trees and 
cure it in much more primitive fashion. 

1044 Going up to Iguazu 1 Reel 

One of the most magnificent waterfall pictures 
ever made. A number of the world's most 
famous cataracts are first shown, including 
Yellowstone Falls, Victoria Falls, Niagara Falls 
and cascades in Jamaica and British Guiana. 
The Iguazu Falls are shown in every aspect. 

1045 A Four-Mile Smoke Stack 1 Reel 

A picture showing a journey from Arequipa to 
the volcano of El Misti, in the Peruvian Andes, 
full of line panoramic views of the country ; 
llamas are also seen. The views from the .snow- 
clad summit are magniiicent. 

1046 Arctic Hike on Aietsch Glacier 1 Reel 

The Aietsch Glacier is situated in the moun- 
tains of Switzerland. This film was taken in 
the place in which Shackleton and Amundsen 
tried out their Eskimo dogs in preparation for 
their Polar expeditions. 

1048 A Waswanipae Week-end 1 Reel 

A scenic film of the James Bay district of Can- 
ada, showing some wonderful pictiures of shoot- 
ing the rapids in canoes, camp scenes, tanning 
of hides, squaws and children engaged in the 
domestic duties of the home and camp. 

1051 The/ Went to See in a Rickshaw 1 Reel 

Scenes in Japan, showing some very beautiful 
mountain scenery with cascades and waterfalls, 
winding up with some exquisitely beautiful 
Japanese bridges, gates and temples. 

1056 Mont Blanc 1 Reel 

We set out from Chamonix towards the rock 
pyramids at its base, passing first the Glacier 
des Bossons and then the Arvc, an icy river 
flowing from the Mer de Glace. Climbing the 
Brevent on mules, we come to the Aiguille de 
Midi, which is over 12,000 feet high and is part 
of the same chain as Mont Blanc. We are now 
above the line of eternal snow and eventually 
the summit is reached. 

Order by numbers. FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 3 



14 SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 

1058 They Grow Everywhere 1 Reel 

A visit to the fascinating land of Japan, where 
our wanderings take us among Japanese 
children of all ages. 

1062 Among the Araucanians 1 Reel 

This native tribe lives in the mountains of Chile. 
The film opens with views of a boat taken on the 
way to their country. Their home life is por- 
trayed, and various stages in the making of 
large earthenware jars Are shown. The closing 
scenes include some magnificent waterfalls. 

1063 Guided and Miss Guided 1 Reel 

A charming travel picture taken in the Cana- 
dian Rockies. Mt. Assiniboine and Lake 
Louise are shown, with a transplanted Swiss 
village, in which even the inhabitants and 
their customs are Swiss. 

1064 Gardening for Gold 1 Reel 

A trip to Alaska, in quest of gold, by boat, by 
car, by horse and on foot. Wonderful views of 
icebergs, glaciers, snowcapped mountains and 
mile after mile of rugged Alaskan forests which 
the campers penetrate to the headwaters of the 
Simms River. 

1065 Cold Shoulders and Warm Welcomes 1 Reel 

A visit to St. Croix, in the West Indies. Upon 
our arrival we are met by native boatmen, who 
bring their oxen with them to help in landing 
the small boats. This countr}' produces some 
of the finest sugar in the world. The old and 
new methods of crushing sugar cane are illus- 
trated. 

1067 Mississippi's Water Baby 1 Reel 

A trip to Lake Itasca, Minnesota, the source of 
the great Mississippi River. Some fine cloud 
effects and very beautiful countr}' are seen. 
On a small bay a flock of wild duck is swimming; 
nearby is an Indian reservation ; still further on 
we see beavers industriously building their 
dams and houses. This film not only offers 
beautiful scener}' and good photography, but 
some unusual sights as well. 

1074 Yellowstone National Park 1 Reel 

This picture gives an excellent idea of the scenic 
wonders of America's greatest National Park. 
The mammoth Hot Springs, the Ge^'.sers, the 
beautiful Yellowstone Falls and Canyon, 

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SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 15 

Yellowstone Lake are visited in turn. Buffaloes 
and bears are seen. This film will be enjoyed 
by everyone who likes grand scener}^ and 
the open-air life. 

1075 Yosemite, Grand Canyon and Rocky 1 Reel 

Mountain Parks 

A tour through each of these beautiful National 
Parks : Capitan, Mirror Lake, Glacier Point, the 
giant Redwood trees and other wonders of 
Yosemite. A herd of elk and tame deer are 
shown in close-ups. The scenes in the Rocky 
Mountains are particularly impressive. 

1094 Rambling Around Old Japan 1 Reel 

Wandering down to the wharf we watch the 
people with confetti and paper streamers bid- 
ding good-bye to the departing passengers. 
Then we see a gang of women operating a pile- 
driver, and furnishing all the motive power to 
raise the heavy weight. A very interesting 
film to all. 

1095 Hitting the High Spots 1 Reel 

A scenic picture of part of the west of North 
America, starting with views near San Francis- 
co. Then a series of exquisite views of moun- 
tains, rivers, forests, lakes and streams in 
California, finishing up with geysers and hot 
springs in Alaska. 

1097 A Saddle Journey to the Clouds 1 Reel 

A fascinating trip to the mountains in central 
California, a region of wild and rugged scenery, 
of caiions and valleys and towering, snow- 
capped peaks. There are neither railways nor 
roads. Saddle and pack animals are the only 
means of transport. 

1098 Yosemite Trails from a Burro's Back 1 Reel 

A trip on the back of a surefooted burro round 
the scenic wonders of the American reservation, 
with views of fine waterfalls and wonderful 
mountainous country. 

1099 California's Missions 1 Reel 

California's famous missions originally ex- 
tended in a chain from Mexico into northern 
Cahfornia, The oldest is that at San Diego ; 
we next visit San Juan Capistrano, one of the 
finest of the missions, and San Gabriel with its 
chimes. 

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1100 Main Street the World Over 1 Reel 

Here we have views of the most famous streets, 
avenues and boulevards of the world's great 
cities, starting with Pennsylvania Avenue in 
Washington, Fifth Avenue in New York, the 
Mall and the Strand in London ; then the most 
beautiful parts of Oslo and Stockholm, Unter- 
den Linden in Berlin, streets in Copenhagen, 
Amsterdam, Paris, Nice, Milan, Venice, Chi- 
cago and finally San Francisco. 

1103 Stratford-on-Avon 1 Reel 

The picture opens with a panoramic view of the 
the Avon in the vicinity of Stratford. Then 
we are shown the birthplace of Shakespeare, the 
school, Anne Hathawa\-'s cottage and "New 
Place," where he spent his declining years. 
The subject will be of interest to all who have 
made or would hke to make a pilgrimage to 
the home of the Immortal Bard. 

1105 A Day with the Gipsies 1 Reel 

The record of a day spent by a visitor among 
our own British nomads. Views from the cara- 
van of the countryside and scenes at camp and 
by the fireside in the evening are given, includ- 
ing some pictures of dances rarely seen. 

1109 Domesticating Wild Men 1 Reel 

We visit Auki, a government station in the 
Soloman Islands, and are told that it is danger- 
ous to leave the clearing in which the station is 
situated, as the native bushmen are ever on the 
alert to kill with their poisoned arrows. Inter- 
esting views of some of the world's most primi- 
tive pcojjle, made by a popular explorer and 
ad\-cnturer. 

1110 Saving Savages in the South Seas 1 Reel 

Sailing in nati\'e boats among the Soloman 
Islands, we come to a Mission Station, where we 
are in time to witness the parade of natives to 
the village church. We also see the funeral of a 
native convert. 

1118 Northern Alaska Today 1 Reel 

A review of the mines, great fur farms, reindeer 
herds, and salmon canning factories that go to 
make up modern Alaska. 

1120 Head Hunters of Ecuador 1 Reel 

In the remote mountain fastnesses of Lcuador 
there are tribes of savage nati\es who hve as did 

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SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 17 

their earliest ancestors. A visit to these primi- 
tives is tilled with danger and adventure, and 
requires weeks to accomplish. 

1121 Jungles of the Amazon 1 Reel 

Exploring the wild and little-known tropical 
jungles of Peru, Ecuador and Brazil, we visit 
the primitive Jivero Indians and then proceed 
downstream. After spectacular efforts, the 
broad waters of the Amazon are reached at last. 
The journe\' is continued to Manaos. still a 
thousand miles inland from the mouth of the 
river. 

1123 On a South Sea Shore 1 Reel 

Tutuila, one of the islands of Samoa, is a land of 
sun and laughter, inhabited by a lovable and 
care-free people. We enter Pago Pago Bay, 
and go ashore to visit the natives. We watch 
them pounding taro-root, gathering coconuts 
and shellfish, and preparing a feast. The 
chiefs discuss deeds of valour, ceremoniously 
drink Kava, and then show us their intricate 
native dances. 

1124 Around the World in Ten Minutes 1 Reel 

Beginning at Gloucester, U.S.A., a famous home 
of fishermen and sailors, we travel to Porto 
Rico, New York, Antwerp, Bergen, the Riviera, 
thence pas.sing many other places of interest. 
We see tj-pical scenes full of life, action and 
interest at each port of call. 

1126 Art Treasures of the Vatican 1 Reel 

A visit to Rome would be incomplete without 
seeing St. Peters and the Vatican, centre of the 
Roman Cathohc faith. We reach the Vatican 
in time for the changing of the guard, and then 
enter the art galleries. This famous collection 
of statuary and paintings represents all that 
is best in ancient and Renaissance art. 

1127 Travels in Toyland 1 Reel 

The little town of Sonnenburg in Germany is 
the source of many of our familiar toys. Here 
nearly everyone works at toy-making. We 
visit a toy factor^' in which men and women are 
busy making dolls, and watch tlie entire process. 
Then we see toy trains being tested, and finally 
see the packed toys being loaded for shipment. 

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18 SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (font.) 

1128 The Sky Sentinel 1 Reel 

Following the lure of the great open places, 
we travel through wild and beautiful country, 
passing the Emperor Falls, fording the cold 
Fraser River, crossing Moose Meadows, till we 
reach our objective, Mt. Robson, one of the 
highest peaks in British Columbia. 

1129 Around Old Heidelberg 1 Reel 

A series of beautiful pictures of this picturesque 
old city and its environment, featuring the 
student life and activities and other objects of 
interest in this celebrated university town. 

1138 South Seas Sagas 1 Reel 

A trip to Hawaii, where natives climb trees for 
coconuts, dive for lobsters and fish. Some fine 
surf-riding is also seen. 

1152 Grass 4 Reels 

"Grass" is one of the most remarkable motion 
pictures ever filmed. It is a pictorial record of 
the semi-annual migration of a remote Persian 
tribe, the pastoral Baktyari, going through 
almost unbelievable hardships in their combat 
with nature to obtain grass for their flocks. 

1350 Rugged Cumberland 1 Reel 

A tour of the Lake District to the Kirkstone 
Pass, Ullswater, Lowther Castle, Langdale 
Pikes, Hawkshead, Grasmere, Windermere. 
Wordsworth lovers will be glad to know that 
views of Dove Cottage and the poet's grave in 
Grasmere churchyard are included. 

1351 Derwentwater 1 Reel 

A further exploration of Lakeland beauty. 
We see Castle Crag, Castle Head, Friar's Crag, 
Ruskin's Monument, Keswick, the Honister 
Pass ; \'isit some sheep dog trials ; and watch 
an exciting bit of rope climbing. 

1352 Cheddar Valley 1 Reel 

A trip to famous Cheddar Gorge with its great 
limestone cliffs, unique in England. We 
explore also the equally famous Caves with 
their remarkable stalactite and stalagmite 
formations, \'isit an underground pool, and see 
relics of primitive man in the shape of a skull 
and bones found in one of the caves. 

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1353 The Chiltern Hills 1 Reel 

From Henley to Whipsnade — glimpses of 
lovely Burn ham Beeches — through West 
Wycombe to Princes Risborough and Ayles- 
bury. Coombe Hill provides us with fine 
views, and at Ashbridge we go over the famous 
Manor House. Our ramble concludes with a 
visit to the Whipsnade Zoo. 

1354 Beautiful Norway 2 Reels 
To those who have visited Norway, this film 

will bring back vivid memories of mountain, 
fjord and village. To others it will serve as 
a tempting invitation to a beautiful land. 

1355 Beautiful Bavaria 1 Reel 
Starting with an inspection of Munich, with 

its magnificent museums and monuments on 
one side and mediaeval splendour on the other, 
we visit the Tergensee and Schliersee lakes, 
Rosenheim and other ancient towns, noting as 
we go the customs and habits of the people. 

1356 Northern Trails 2 Reels 
An extended Norwegian tour, beginning at 
Stavanger and covering fjords, rivers, water- 
falls, mountains, valleys and farms — a pictorial 

cross section of an exceedingly beautiful 
country. 

1357 City of the Key 1 Reel 
The symbol of Bremen, great German port, is 

a ke}^ — and our ro\dng camera is the key to 
man}^ an interesting place within the old town. 

1358 Dallying on the Danube 1 Reel 
A sightseeing tour along the upper reaches of 

the Danube, visiting Ulm, with its Minster, 
which has the tallest spire in the world, Dillin- 
gen, Donan worth, Insolstadt, Weltenburg, 
Regenburg and Passau. 

1360 By Baltic Waters 1 Reel 
In this film we visit places somewhat neglected 

by the average traveller. In Lubeck we see the 
splendid cathedral, the harbour and other 
examples of the ancient and modern. Then 
on to Travemunde, seaside resort, to Wismar, 
Rostock and other historical towns. 

1361 Seven Sisters 1 Reel 
Glorious Sussex by the sea with her most 
characteristic stretch of coastline. Also we 

glimpse the Cuckmere Valley, Seaford, Brigh- 
ton, Beachy Head, etc., and some dtjwnland 
hunting scenes. 

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1362 Dawdling in Devon 1 Reel 

The beauties of Devon are too numerous to 
mention, but in this film we visit some ot the 

finest in tlie county. 

1363 Wandering in the Wye 1 Reel 

The Wye Valley offers a variety of scenes un- 
matched by anj'thing in the country. The 
beautiful river, the hills, the villages — all are 
\ividh' portrayed in this lovely film.. 

1364 Legend Land 2 Reels 

The Rhine, one of the most romantic rivers in 
the world, is the subject of this film. From 
Koblenz we travel between the towering, 
wooded cliffs, past legend -haunted castles and 
picturesque villages. Fine views are afforded 
by Rheinfels Castle, largest on the Rhine ; we 
skirt the Laurelei Rock, inspect the Roman 
towers at Obcrwcscl, and visit the scene of one 
particularK' notorious legend. 

1369 Ceylon 1 Reel 

If you were stepping off the boat at Ceylon, en 
route for Australia, these are the sights j'ou 
would want to see. 

1370 Sardinia 2 Reels 

The \'aried scenes in Sardinia make a line film. 
We visit the towns and villages, see the people 
in their homes and at their occupations, and 
come away with a vivid impression of that 
lovely Mediterranean isle. 

1371 Dawn Till Dusk 2 Reels 

Here's an absorbing view of London — from 
the time the milkman calls to lights up. We 
see the awakening city and many cameos of 
London life. There are hue views of the river 
and well-known spots like Trafalgar Square ; 
we watch the riders in the Row, and the 
workers hurrying homeward. 

1378 Across the Desert to Siwa 2 Reels 

Siwa, situated in an oasis watered b\- hot 
springs, is of great archaeological interest. It 
stands to-da}^ almost exactly as it did 3,000 
years ago. The treasures of Mahomed are said 
to be buried in the arid desert surrounding it. 

1572 Around the Horn in a Square Rigger 1 Reel 

From South Austraha to England (1933) in a 
wind-jammer. A very hne film, with excellent 
photography. 

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SECTION 1. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 21 

1573 The 1934 World's Fair 1 Reel 

A film record of the Chicago World's Fair. A 
journey round the huge Fair Ground with the 
official photographer. 

1700 Cine Miscellany No. 1 1 Reel 
The Eiffel Tower — shots from the moving lift 

— the view of Paris. A Wise Old Bird — 
wonderful close-up of an owl. The Venus Fly- 

Trap — a remarkable plant that lives by 
trapping insects. Star -Gazers — views of 
Washington and Yerkes Observatories. Min- 
eral Silk — a by-product of asbestos. River 
Klickitat, Oregon — one of the shortest and 
.swiftest rivers in the world. 

1701 Cine Miscellany No. 2 1 Reel 
Around the Cornish Coast — fishing scenes. 

Moose Hunting in New Brunswick. 
Friendly Enemies — dog and monkey, chicken 
and pupp}', owl and raven, each pair in sporting 
bouts. Playground of the World — Nice and 
Monte Carlo. An Australian Boxer — Kan- 
garoo and keeper ha\'c amusing sparring con- 
test. Sandy River, Oregon — fishing for 
smelts. Wilderness of Arizona. 

1702 Cine Miscellany No. 3 1 Reel 
Lovely Budapest — the principal Imildings. 

Beauty Among Birds — owl, swan, pelican, 
peacock, toucan. Dragon Fiies — from larva to 
fully-grown insect. Porto Rico — picturesque 
native scenes. Arizona Trapdoor Spider — 
queer creature that constructs a trapdoor to its 
retreat. Otters as Pets. Forestr}- Experts at 
Work. Herring Fishing in the Mattapoisett 
River, Massachussets. 

1703 Cine Miscellany No. 4 1 Reel 
Tunis — native types. Monkeys in an American 

Zoo (almost human!). Royal Canadian 
Artillery in Winter Quarters. Two Grass- 
hoppers and a Lizard — wonderful close-ups. 
How Glass Beads Are Made. A Southern 
Pacific Rope Factory. The Alps of Amer- 
ica — grand mountain scenery. Primitive 
Fishermen of Madeira. 

1704 Gypsies 1 Reel 

The fact that this film was made bj- Maholy- 
Nagy is a guarantee that we shall see some fine 
photography. Taken in a European g>'psy 
encampment, it reveals the strange existence 

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22 SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 

of tlicsc nomads- there are scenes of business 
dealings, gambling, fortune telling and, as a 
terrific climax, a wild tribal dance. 

1705 Marseilles 1 Reel 

Here is another miniature epic by Maholj'-Nagy, 
Seen through this artist's cnxs, the Vieux Port 
district of Marseilles assumes a peculiar beauty. 
Nothing is glossed over, nothing that portrays 
the character of this quarter is dubbed un- 
imj^ortant. A film not to be missed. 

3059 When Winter Comes in the Yosemite 1 Reel 

Entering through El Portal we travel fifteen 
miles down to the floor of the valley. Then a 
climb of nearly 2,000 ft. brings us to El Capitan. 
We see winter sports in progress. Other points 
of interest are the Happy Isles, North Dome, 
Mirror Lake, Royal Arches, Sentinel Rock and 
Cathedral Spires. 

3100 The Philippine Islands 1 Reel 

This film shows the city of Manila and the main 
industries of the islands, sugar and coconut 
growing and the cultivation of rice and hemp. 

3103 The Panama Canal 1 Reel 

Scenes and animations show the importance of 
the Panama Canal and picture the gigantic task 
of sanitation and construction undertaken to 
shorten the route to the Pacific. Many fine 
scenes of the canal to-day are supplemented by 
historic views of its construction. 

3106 Hawaiian Islands 1 Reel 

Portrays Honolulu and its surroundings — the 
pineapple and sugar industries, native life and 
the seething molten lava of Kilauea. 

3108 Mohawk Valley 1 Reel 

Pioneer days on this important route from the 
Eastern coast of the U.S.A. to the Middle West 
and the great Lakes are contrasted with modem 
scenes including a number of typical industries 
and places of interest. 

3126 Alaska 1 Reel 

Depicts the scenery, industries and hfe of 
Alaska, including gold mining, salmon fishing, 
seal hunting, whaling, native life and schools 
and the prosperous farms of American settlers. 
This film helps to dispel the belief that Alaska 
is a country of nothing but ice and snow. 

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SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 23 

3131 New Orleans 1 Reel 

Shows Spanish-French influence in this famous 
American city. We are shown the variety of 
exports and imports along the river front ; the 
strategic position of the port is demonstrated. 
The film ends with scenes during Mardi Gras. 

3133 Arid South West 1 Reel 

After pointing out the location of hot deserts 
over the world, the deserts of the United States 
are studied. The ettects of wind and water 
erosion, the specialised types of vegetation, and 
the life of the nomadic Navajo Indians are 
shown. 

3149 The Golden Gate 1 Reel 

Aerial and ground views reveal the strategic 
location, industrial activity and scenic beauty 
of San Francisco and the Bay. 

3159 Mexico 1 Reel 

Surveys the whole country from the high 
mountain districts to the tropical forests in the 
lowlands. The progress of the state is shown, 
and some of its possibihties are illustrated. 

3166 Central America 1 Reel 

Shows characteristic scenes of town and 
country, including the mahogany, banana, cocoa 
and coffee industries. 

3167 Glacier National Park 1 Reel 

The location of the national parks of the 
Western United States is indicated. The flora 
and fauna, and the life of the Indians in Glacier 
Park are then shown. 

3169 The Rio Grande 1 Reel 

Depicts the source of the river, the nature of 
the country and the people who dwell along the 
banks of the Upper Rio Grande. The irriga- 
tion projects of the Middle Rio Grande are 
contrasted with scenes on the Mexican side. 
The manner in which fruits and vegetables are 
grown along the lower river and shipped to 
northern markets is then described. 

3172 Chesapeake Bay 1 Reel 

The partial geological formation of Chesapeake 
Bay is shown. The Norfolk district, the oyster 
and crab industries — and the Baltimore area, 
including views at the U.S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis, are pictured. 

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24 SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 

3173 Yellowstone National Park 1 Reel 

Shows molten lava, obsidian clilts, hot springs 
and volcanoes ; illustrates and explains action 
of geysers. Yellowstone Canon, bird and 
animal life and work of the Rangers are 
depicted. 

3187 The Oregon Country 1 Reel 

Scenes along the earlj- trails to Oregon are 
contrasted with scenes along the same routes 
to-day. The lower Columbia River, salmon 
tishing and canning, and the Paget Sound area 
are also shown. 

3190 Yosemite National Park 1 Reel 

This film records a few of the most famous 
scenic wonders of the American tourist resort, 
with its high mountains and great waterfalls. 
Fine photography of a subject of great beauty. 

3193 From the Bahamas to Jamaica 1 Reel 

Deals with the Bahamas, Cuba and Jamaica. 
The city of Nassau, the sponge industry of the 
Bahamas ; Havana and the sugar and tobacco 
industries of Cuba ; Kingston and Jamaican 
native life and industries, are in turn depicted. 

3195 Overland to California 1 Reel 

Early routes to the west, following trails first 
made b}' animals, are shown to have been 
succeeded in turn by covered wagons, the ponj' 
express, railways and airplanes. Later scenes 
portray the Rockies, the Great Basin, San 
Francisco and the Pacific. 

3202 From Haiti to Trinidad 1 Reel 

Presents Haiti, Porto Rico, the Lesser 
Antilles and Trinidad. Views of West Indian 
native life, important cities, the volcanic 
island of Martinique, the British colony of 
Barbados, and industries such as cotfee, 
asphalt and sugar. 

3204 Bali : East Indian Island 1 Reel 

Shows the position of the island of Bali. Gives 
pictures of Balinese mountains, rice terraces, 
rice culture, native house building, pottery, 
weaving, trading. Natives are seen hulling 
coconuts, working on festival decorations and 
preparing a feast, marriage ceremonials and 
funerals 

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SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 25 

3206 Washington 1 Reel 

The capital of the U.S.A. is one of the very 
few great towns that grew up under planned 
development. The film depicts how buildings 
are grouped in this plan, and shows the 
resulting beauty of the city's ofificial districts. 

3211 Porto Rico 1 Reel 

Typical scenes of San Juan (the capital) show 
the business district and the Government 
buildings. RoUing hill-country, native homes, 
and typical Porto Rican roads are then por- 
trayed. Depicts the sugar, tobacco, coffee and 
citrus fruit industries. Cutting diamonds, 
making buttons, lace and embroidery are also 
featured. 

3216 The Boome Trail 1 Reel 

Surveys, with maps and photography, the 
Appalachian Valley with scenes of prosperous 
farm lands and a Virginia fox hunt, the Cumber- 
land Gap area, minerals, forests, and primitive 
life at a mountaineer's cabin, the Blue Grass 
region of Kentucky, tobacco and hemp crops, 
dairy cattle and pedigree bloodstock. 

3219 The Dutch East Indies 1 Reel 

Characteristic features of native life in the 
tropics, city markets, craftsmen, native actors, 
and home life in Java ; working sugar cane, 
collecting cinchona bark, preparing kapok, 
collecting and preparing rubber in Sumatra ; 
native life in Borneo ; handling spices and 
rattan in the Celebes. 

3222 Pueblo Indians 1 Reel 

Demonstrates the home life of the Pueblos of 
New Mexico, showing an Indian village with 
its adobe dwellings, planting corn, preparing 
tortillas, baking in an outdoor oven, basket- 
weaving, potterj'-making, ceremonial dances, 
and a Government Indian .school. 

3224 Transportation on the 1 Reel 

Great Lakes 

After a brief geological history of the lakes, we 
see modern conditions of transport and the in- 
fluence of climate. Grain and ore freighters, 
car ferries and passenger boats are seen and 
there are some fme views of the ' Soo ' canals at 
Sault Ste. Marie connecting Lake Superior with 
the lower lakes. 

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3228 The Continent of South America 1 Reel 

Defines the position of South America in rela- 
tion to other continents. The main natural 
regions, their relation to each other and the 
physical, biological, and social features of each 
are demonstrated, [describes the Andes, 
Pacific slope, Brazilian highlands, the La Plata 
Basin, Guiana uplands, Orinoco Basin and 
Amazon Basin. 

3229 Bolivia 1 Reel 

Indicates the progress made in developing the 
resources of Bolivia in spite of conditions that 
render travel and communications difficult, with 
special reference to physical features, rural life, 
mines and cities. An animated map and actual 
photography show the major geographical re- 
gions, point out main travel routes and indicate 
mining districts. Life on the jmngas, a 
mining town, and the citj' of La Paz are shown. 

3232 Volcanoes 1 Reel 

Quiet 'overflow' types are contrasted with 
volcanoes ha\dng explosive eruptions. Pro- 
ducts of volcanoes and the life history of a 
volcanic cone are shown, illustrated by fine 
photographs of Hawaiian volcanoes, the Pali- 
sades, eruptions of a South American volcano 
and Mt. Vesuvius, and a recent cinder cone of 
Lassen Peak. 

3247 The Old South 1 Reel 

Portrays the physical features of areas planted 
with tobacco, sugar, rice and cotton. Pioneer 
life, early methods of transportation, a Missis- 
sippi River steamboat and plantation life in 
the Old South are seen. 

3250 Life in the Sahara 1 Reel 

Illustrates nomadic life in the desert, with 
scenes of camp Ufe, a journey by caravan to 
the oasis market place, busy bazaars, lively 
bartering, a mosque, the return of loaded 
caravans. 

3251 Chile 1 Reel 
The scattered settlements, native Indian life, 
lumbering and sheep raising in the rugged 

South ; the copper and nitrate industries of the 
arid North, fertile Central Chile with its har- 
vests of wheat and grapes, views of Santiago, 
Valparaiso and the route of the Trans-Andean 
Railroad are in turn depicted. 

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SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 27 

3253 The New South 1 Reel 

In contrast to "The Old South" (No. 3247) this 
film shows the industrial towns of the Southern 
States and the rapid progress of Florida in par- 
ticular. Views of Miami, Birmingham (Ala- 
bama) and New Orleans are given. 

3255 The Province of Quebec 1 Reel 

Pulp and paper mills in the Laurentian uplands, 
life on the Lower St. Lawrence, the fishing 
industry, Quebec, asbestos mines, the Upper 
St. Lawrence, picturesque French-Canadian 
"habitants," and the great city of Montreal, 
are all shown. 

3262 Argentina 1 Reel 

The agricultural nature of the republic is 
stressed by views of sheep-raising in Patagonia, 
irrigated agriculture in the uplands, and the 
great cattle and wheat lands of the pampas. 
Views of Buenos Aires and of the Iguazu falls 
are shown. 

3268 Denmark 1 Reel 

Shows the agricultural and industrial methods 
by which Denmark has overcome handicaps of 
poor soil and lack of raw materials. The home 
of Hans Andersen, Copenhagen, Elsinore (scene 
of "Hamlet") and phases of school life are seen. 

3269 Sweden 1 Reel 

The northern part of Sweden is shown to be a 
curious mixture of modern industry and primi- 
tive nomadic conditions. We then move 
south and pass the timber country and the 
great cities — Stockholm, Upsala and Gothen- 
burg. Glimpses of historic buildings and noble 
castles lead up to views of modern Sweden with 
its fine roads and railways. 

3272 Hungary 1 Reel 

Large estates, primitive and modern agricul- 
tural methods, animal husbandry, village life, 
embroidery and a wedding festival open the 
picture. Primitiv'e methods of transportation, 
the fishing, mining, sugar-beet and steel indus- 
tries, the city of Budapest with its many 
ancient buildings are then seen. 

3273 Virginia (Old Dominion) 1 Reel 
Depicts a region rich in geographic, commercial 

and historic interest. Surveys Tidewater 

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28 SECTION I. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 

Virginia with its cities, land and sea products, 
Piedmont Virginia, the beautiful Blue Ridge 
country, the fall line cities and crops, the 
Greater Valley and its rich tributaries, show- 
ing scenic wonders, waterfalls, forests and pulp- 
wood products. 

3274 London 1 Reel 

A him showing various industries of London, 
and explaining the city's conmiercial status in 
the world and the empire, interspersed with 
views of the life of the people and of some build- 
ings old and new. 

3275 Finland 1 Reel 

Opening with views of the modern city of Hel- 
singfors, the film shows industrial districts there 
and in Tammerfors ; then we see the southern 
agricultural plain, and the forests of the hinter- 
land ; the picture ends with scenes of the 
athletic displaj's for which the country is 
famous. 

3277 Peru 1 Reel 

A brief survey of the country, showing tropical 
products in the lowlands, guano in the deserts, 
and mines in the mountains of the Andes. Ends 
with views of MoUendo, Arequipa, Callao and 
Lima. 

3278 Brazil. Part 1. 1 Reel 
Amazonian Lowlands 

Shows the position and extent of the immense 
drainage basin of the Amazon River. Portra3's 
the wildlife, the native Indians, the gathering of 
Brazil nuts and wild rubber and the cities of 
Manaos, Santarem and Belem (Para). 

3279 Brazil. Part 2. 1 Reel 
Eastern Highlands 

Outlines the principal agricultural and indus- 
trial products of Eastern Brazil — coffee, cacao, 
cassava (manioc), sugar, tobacco, pineapples, 
silk and shoes. Shows Sao Salvador (Bahia), 
Sao Paulo and Santos, and lovel\' Rio de 
Janeiro. 

3284 Russia (Urban Life) 1 Reel 

.Moscow to-day — scenes in the shops, in the 
streets, in restaurants. We travel on the 
spectacular underground trains, visit the 
Kremlin and other famous spots, and catch 
many candid glimpses of the people. 

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SECTION 1. (a) Travel and Geographical (Cont.) 29 

3285 Russia (Leningrad and Industrj-) 1 Reel 
After a tour of the second most important town 

in the U.S.S.R. we inspect some of the factories 
tliat supply the country with its growing needs, 
and get a remarkable insight to the lives of the 
workers. 

3286 Russia (Agriculture) 1 Reel 
The film opens with the peasants working under 
])rimiti\T conditions ; then the Government 
introduces the collective system. Mechanisa- 
tion arrives, crops increase. We are shown 

men and women at work on a collective farm, 
and bj- watching their activities gain much 
knowledge of the progress being made. 

3287 Manchukuo 1 Reel 

Beginning with a celebration of Japanese 
occupation, we are shown various aspects of 
the territory's industries and the lives of 
Japanese, Chinese and Russian inhabitants. 

3288 Japan 2 Reels 

This film deals with social, industrial and agri- 
cultural life in Japan. We see the people at 
business, at their recreations, at home, and in 
factories. There is a scene in the puppet 
theatre at Osaka, and a glimpse of a religious 
festival. 

3289 Turkey 2 Reels 

Opening in Ankora, with its new and old 
housing methods, new factories, new schools 
and new outlook on life, we move to Instanbul, 
gatewa}- between Europe and Asia, where the 
streets of Oriental character contrast strangely 
with the means of traffic control. We also 
visit an agricultural fair, a veterinary school, 
and a students' training college. 

3290 Siberia 2 Reels 

Travelling on the Trans-Siberian railroad, we 
are taken to the land of exiles. At the famous 
Alexandrovski Prison we see former political 
prisoners, and then make a tour of Irkutsk 
with its clinics and collective farms. After- 
wards, on to Lake Baikal where men fish and 
seek gold, and the reindeer is the means of 
transport. 



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SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(b) BRITISH TRAVEL FILMS PRODUCED BY L.M.S.RIy. 

These films cover most of the well-known tourist resorts in the 
Midlands, the North-west of England, and in Scotland. They show 
not only the resorts themselves, but the points of interest around. 
If you are in doubt about j'our holiday, if you have never been iu 
these districts, these lilms will help you to make up your mind. If 
you are going there, they will tell you what to see. If you know the 
places well, they will refresh your memory. All the films are re- 
markable for their photography and excellent production. 

2234-39 Northern Ireland 6 Reels 

Land of Scenery, Story and Romance 

2234 Part 1. Buildings of interest in Belfast. 1 Reel 
The City Hall, Garden of Remembrance, and 

the Cenotaph. Parhament Buildings ; Queen's 
University ; York Street Spinning Mills and 
Linen Workers. 

2235 Part 2. Belfast Lough. Belle\ue Zoo. 1 Reel 
Greenisland Viaduct. Carrickfergus. White- 
head. 

2236 Part 3. Larne. Glenariff. Cushendall. 1 Reel 
Cushendum. Loughareens. Ballintoy. 

2237 Part 4. Carrick-a-Redc. Portrush. Dun- 1 Reel 
luce Castle. Portstewart. Port Ballantrae. 

2238 Part 5. The River Bann near Colerainc. 1 Reel 
Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. Devenish Island. 

Belleek. Baronscourt, Co. Tyrone. Speerin 
Mountains, Co. Tyrone. 

2239 Part 6. Armagh, Warrenpoint, Co. Down, 1 Reel 
Rostrevor, Mountains of Mourne, Hills- 
borough, Antrim, Lough Neagh, Bangor, Co. 

Down. 

2240 The Washington Country 2 Reels 

Places intimately connected with the faniii}' of 
George Washington, Northampton, Rugby, 
Bilton (nr. Rugby) and Banbury Cross. 

2241 Southport (Winter Time) 1 Reel 
How Southport visitors keep fit in the winter 

with horse riding and golf. 

2242 Galloway 1 Reel 

Oft the tourist track in the beautiful north-west 
corner of Scotland. A visit to Dumfries, home 

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SECTION I. (b) British Travel Films (Cont.) 31 

of Rubcit Burns, the River Xilli, LuncuslRlea 
Abbey, Galloway Hills, Stranraer, Port Patrick 
and Loch Ryan. 

2243-44-45 Southend -on -Sea 1 Reel each 

(in 3 Parts) 
A visit to London's nearest seaside resort. 
Fishing, yachting and all the fun of the fair at 
the famous Kursaal. 

2246 Whipsnade Zoo 2 Reels 

F"ilmed at England's loveliest zoo in spring 
time. 

2247 Regent's Park Zoo 1 Reel 

Another treat for animal lovers. 

2248 From Cairngorms to Oban 1 Reel 

In the heart of the Highlands. A lovely film 
of lovely scenery. 

2249 A Popular Scottish Holiday 1 Reel 

Edinburgh, Glasgow, \-achting on the Clyde, 
Loch Lomond and Loch Katrine. 

2250 A Day at the Lakes 1 Reel 

The popular excursion to UUswater, Ambleside 
and Windermere via the Kirkstone Pass. 

2251 A Day in North Wales 1 Reel 

Includes Snowdon, Llandudno and the noted 
passes of Llanberis and Aberglaslyn. 

2252 Scenes from a Scottish Pilgrimage 1 Reel 

A short tour through the district associated 
with Robert Burns. 

2253 The Western Highlands 1 Reel 

A glimpse of the magniticient scener}- and his- 
toric places of Western Scotland. 

2255 London 2 Reels 

A day trip round the principal places of note in 
the City and West End. 

2256 The Royal Visit to Manchester and Liver- 1 Reel 

pool, 17th and 18th July, 1934 

A film record of the opening of Manchester's 
new Central Library and of the Mersey Tunnel 
by His late Majesty King George V., including 
interesting shots of the Royal Train. 

Shakespeare Country 1 Reel each 

A tour through the historic and beautiful coun- 
try of Warwickshire. In two parts, each of 1 
reel. 

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32 SECTION 1. (b) British Travel Films((ont.) 

2257 Part 1. Coventry, Kenilworth, Warwick. 

2258 Part 2. Stratford-on-Avon. Shottery, 
Royal Leamington Spa. 

2259 The Triumph of the "Royal Scot" 3 Reels 

A camera record of the historic tour of the 
"Royal Scot" to Canada arid the United States 
of America, 1933. 

The English Lake District. In 4 Parts. 1 Reel each 

2260 Part 1 . Morecambe, Heysham and Coniston. 

2261 Part 2. Lancaster, Kendal, Penrith and 
UUswater (the EngUsh Lucerne). 

2262 Part 3. Windermere, Bowness, Lakeside, 
Ambleside and Grasmere. 

2263 Part 4. Keswick and Derwentwater. 

North Wales 1 Reel each 

The land of romance and beautiful scenery and 
the attractions of the Welsh Coast holiday 
resorts. In 5 parts. 

2264 Part 1. Chester, Denbigh, Holywell and 
St. Asaph. 

2265 Part 2. Rhyl, Colwyn Bay and Conwa3^ 

2266 Part 3. Llandudno. 

2267 Part 4. Bangor, the Menai Straits and Car- 
narvon. 

2268 Part 5. Holj^head and Anglesey. 

Holidays in Scotland 1 Reel each 

A comprehensive set, showing the most famous 
and beautiful Scottish scenery and lioliday 
resorts. In 5 parts. 

2269 Part 1. Carlisle, the Scottish Borderland 
and Galloway. 

2270 Part 2. Edinburgh and Gleneagles. 

2271 Part 3. Glasgow and the Clyde Coast re- 
sorts, Kylesof Bute. 

2272 Part 4. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. 

2273 Part 5. The Cairngorms. The first lilm 
record of the Lharig Ghru Pass, the highest and 
greatest pass in the British Isles. 

2274 Part 6. Oban and the Glencoe tour. 

2275 Passenger Trains of the L.M.S. 3 Reels 

Scenes showing crack trains, local trains in the 
Highlands, and suburban trains in London. 

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YOU CAN GO from the Bahamas to 
Jamaica, look in on Bali, dash across to 
Mexico, and round off the evening with a 
tour of London, with "Kodascope" Library 
Films. Plan your world tour from|,the Travel 
and Geographical Section. (See Section la.) 




THE STORY of how coal is turned into 
coke is the subject of an absorbingjmovie 
called " Bituminous Coal ", one of the many 
films on staple industries. (See Section I c.) 




WHITE SAILS billowing in a stiff breeze 
provide a fine sight as well as some exciting 
moments. Sea-lovers and sport-lovers alike 
are well served with interesting movies. (See 
Section I g and I k.) 




WHAT IS IT? In "Monsters of the Deep" 
you learn all about this strange catch, and a 
few others besides. (See Section 1 h.) 




PARACHUTING is fun on the ground. 
Films like "Flying Cadets" and "Heritage of 
the Air" will appeal to those interested in 
aeroplanes. (See Section I k.) 




THE GANG "Our Gang." in full force 
and looking for trouble. (See Section 2 b.) 




"OUR GANG", that 
talented assortment of 
young rascals, is respon- 
sible for many comedies. 
This "still" shows some 
of the Gang up to no 
good in "Dog Days". 
(See Section 2 b.) 




ALMOST HUMAN! 

Animals star in a num- 
ber of films described in 
this catalogue. This is 
a scene from "Handle 
'em Rough". (See Sec- 
tion 2 a.) 




CHILDREN love the 
old story of "Ali Baba 
and the Forty Thieves" 
and in this movie, chil- 
dren take the principal 
parts. (See Section 2 a.) 



SECTION I. (b) British Travel Films (Cont.) 33 

2276 Building the Corridor Third 3 Reels 

A film showing all the interesting and varied 
processes which go to the making of a modem 
type L.M.S. Corridor Coach. 

2277 Ships of the Narrow Seas 3 Reels 

Depicting the L.M.S. steamboat services to 
Ireland, the Continent and on the Scottish sea- 
board. There are many fine sea and harbour 
scenes. 

2280 Southport 1 Reel 

and its World-Famous Flower Show 
A film guaranteed to make any gardener green 
with envy. 

"Bonnie Scotland" 1 Reel each 

2281 The Border Bridge at Berwick-on-Tweed, 
Edinburgh. 

2282 Glasgow, Ayr, Alloway Prestwick, Largs, 
Rothesay and Dunoon. 

2283 StirUng Castle, Old Stirhng Bridge, Dum- 
line, St. Andrews, Aberdeen, Ballater and Bal- 
moral Castle. 

2284 Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond, Loch Katrine, 
Callander, Aberfoyle, Glencoe, Staffa and the 
Sacred Isle of lona. 

2285 Fort William, Ben Nevis, Loch Sheil, Millaig, 
Banavie, Loch Arcraig and Inverness. 

"The Isle of Man" 1 Reel each 

2286 Start and arrival at Douglas Harbour and 
Douglas Ronaldsway Airport. 

2287 Douglas, Onchan Head, Castletown and 
Castle Rushen. 

2288 Kirk Braddan, Ramsej', Port Erin, Peel, 

St. Germains Cathedral. 

2289 Port St. Mary, Rushen Abbey, Greeba Castle, 
Laxey, Snaefell. 

2290 Derby Castle, Mooragh Park, Tynwald Hill, 
and Homeward Bound. 

A Week in the Peak District 1 Reel each 

2291 Part 1. Showing the Matlocks, Heights 
of Abraham from High Tor. 

2292 Part 2. BakeweU, Monsul Dale. Buxton. 

2293 Part 3. Chatsworth and Dovedale. 

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SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(c) INDUSTRIAL 

519 Tree Stump and Quarry Blasting 2 Reels 

(Bj' courtesy of Imperial Chemical Industries) 
After showing the process of manufacture of 
Nobel Black Blasting Powder, the film demon- 
strates its efficiency and economy in clearing 
tree stumps and in obtaining new quarry 
material. 

520 Gunning without Game 2 Reels 

(By courtesy of Imperial Chemical Industries) 
This film demonstrates the use of the "clay 
pigeon," the artificial bird that brings shooting 
within reach of all. 

521 Tool Steel Manufacture 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Messrs. Edgar Allen & Co. Ltd.) 
Shows the modern methods of making the finest, 
hardest and best wearing steels that conditions 
demand, including electrical forging and the 
crucible process, and the Tropenas converter. 

522 The "H.F." Car Tester 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Heenan & Froude Ltd. Worcester) 
Demonstrates a machine which enables cars to 
be tested for brake efficiency and power output, 
and adjusted as desired, all in ten minutes. 

523 Sentinel Cammell Rail Cars 2 Reels 

(B}' courtesy of the Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd.) 
One of the greatest problems before the railways 
is light duty traffic. This him demonstrates 
the efficiency of the Sentinel Cammell railcar in 
dealing with this in its various forms. 

524 The Weigh of the World 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Messrs. Avery's Ltd., London) 
A film giving an historical survey of weighing 
devices, and of new machines designed for all 
kinds of purposes by a firm famous the world 
over. Includes views of a hydraulic steel 
tester that will measure a strain up to 1,200 
tons in action. 

527 Boot and Shoe Making at Northampton 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of the True-Form Boot Co.) 
After a brief historical review, this film shows 

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SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont ; 35 

the amazing process of machine manufacture 
used to-day. 

528 The Manufacture of Nobel-Glasgow 3 Reels 

High Explosive 

(By courtesy of Imperial Chemical Industries) 
A survey of I.C.I.'s huge works at Ardeer on the 
Firth of Clyde, where gelatinous and powder 
explosive is made ; subsequently the explosive 
is shown in action in a quarry, where it is used 
for blasting. 

529 Manufacture of Soda Ash 2 Reels 

(By courtesy of Imperial Chemical Industries) 
In the Weaver Valley, Cheshire, at Wallerscote 
and Winnington, are two factories almost en- 
tirely devoted to the making of sodium carbon- 
ate — one of the most useful chemical servants of 
man, used in hundreds of industries. 

531 The Manufacture of Crystal Glass 1 Reel 

(B}' courtesy of Messrs. Stuart & Sons, Ltd. 
of Stourbridge) 
Shows all processes used in making English 
crj^stal, from the potash, red and white sands 
that are the raw materials, to the finished 
article. One of the few trades whose workers 
can describe themselves as "craftsmen" still. 

532 The Manufacture of Leyland Motors 3 Reels 

(By courtesy of Leyland Motors Ltd.) 
Surveys the making of omnibuses, tractors, 
farm wagons, lorries and fire engines at Chorley, 
Kingston and Leyland, from start to completed 
article, with a final reel of the service offered by 
the company all over the Empire. 

536 The Story of Bournvllle 4 Reels 

(By courtesy of Messrs. Cadburys, Ltd.) 
This film shows the manufacture of cocoa, 
chocolate bars, and chocolates with centres, and 
the social experiment of Bournville village, one 
of the earliest ventures of its kind. 

537 The Fashioning of Mother of Pearl 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Messrs. V. W. Gillott & Son) 
A film of the intricate processes used in making 
mother of pearl into knife handles, buttons and 
jewellery. 

540 Yorkandoneof its Leading industries 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Messrs. Rowntrees, Ltd.) 
The film not only contains photographs of pro- 

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36 SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont.) 

cesses used in the huge chocolate factories, but 
also shows some fine views of the old cathedral 
city in which thc}- are situated. 

542 Wrought Iron 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Hj'der & Sons, Plaxtol, Kent) 
An interesting film showing the forging of orna- 
mental work in iron. 

543 Refrigeration and its Application 2 Reels 

Chilled meat, ice cream, pasteurised milk, 
indoor skating, the storage of furs and scien- 
tific research are some of the many subjects 
which make up this film. 

544 When Winter Comes 1 Reel 

(B}^ courtesy of the Ford Motor Company) 
Showing the Ford's efificiency under the extreme 
difficulties of bad winter conditions. 

545 Safety First 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of the Ford Motor Compan}') 
By pointing out the many faults of bad drivers, 
this film shows how common-sense and courtesy 
can reduce the toll of the roads. 

546 Highways and Byways of Britain 3 Reels 

(By courtesy of the Ford Motor Company) 
A tour from Land's End to John o'Groats with 
two Ford cars, showing their endurance and 
capabilities over rough country, and some 
astonishing hill-climbing feats in North Wales. 

547 The Romance of Champagne 1 Reel 

(By the courtesy of Percy Fox & Co. Ltd.) 
Showing the making of champagne from the 
cutting of the grapes to the wrapping of the 
familiar gold foil round the necks of the bottles. 

550 Glass Making 2 Reels 

(By courtesy of J. Powell & Sons) 
A tour through the Whitefriars Glass Works, 
showing all the processes in the making of such 
intricate pieces of glass as thermometers and 
wine glasses. 

551 The Making of Stained Glass 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of J. Powell & Sons) 
An interesting and thorough explanation of the 
making, painting and assembling of a stained 
glass window. 

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SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont.) 37 

553 The Progress of Sea Transport 1 Reel 

(Model Ships) 

(By courtesy of Bassett Lowke Ltd.) 
A lilin that will appeal to the young- who may 
be most interested in the models — or the old, 
who wish to review the progress of sea trans- 
port. Ships of all ages are shown, from the 
viking ships to the "Queen Mary." 

555 Your Driving Test 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of the Ford Motor Co.) 
You'll have gone a long way towards passing it 
if you see this film ! All the common faults 
that examiners look for are pointed out, and an 
"L" driver is seen on a test run. 

556 By the Water's Edge 2 Reels 

(B\' courtesy of the Ford Motor Co.) 
This is a tour of the Ford factory at Dagenham, 
which shows you all the marvels of modern 
mass production. The size of the factory is so 
enormous, that its organisation appears to be 
an even more marvellous achievement than its 
actual engineering work. Iron ore goes into a 
blast furnace at one end, and some of the 
world's most popular cars and tractors come 
out at the other. Between these two stages 
you can see every phase of production — casting, 
forging, machining, assembling. 

558 Pathways of Perfection 1 Reel 

One thousand million passengers a year are 
carried on British railways. In this film four 
famous trains and their routes are shown : — 
The Royal Scot, Flying Scotsman, Cornish 
Reviera Express and Golden Arrow. 
Besides the appeal which it makes to everyone 
interested in railways, this film includes some 
fine scenery. 

559 Trust Peggy 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Spillers Ltd.) 
"Peggy" is a dog of quite unusual accomplish- 
ments. She wakes her master, lays the table for 
breakfast, goes on a shopping expedition, and 
buys her own favourite food — Spillers' Shapes. 

560 Cavalcade of Ford 2 Reels 

The film opens with Hyde Park Corner in the 
year 1896, and its horse-drawn traffic. Three 

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38 SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont.) 

years later Ford j)r()duccd his first car, and wc 
tour tlic Ford plant as it is to-day at Dagenham. 

561 Precision and Practice 2 Reels 

This hhn illustrates in an interesting way the 
steps taken to ensure absolute accurac}' in 
production at the h'ord plant. The testing of 
pistons, connecting rods, etc., is demcjnstrated 
and- various operations such as gear cutting are 
also shown. 

565 VIckers Aviation Film, 1913-1931 2 Reels 

(By courtesy of Armstrong Vickers Ltd.) 
A survey of the history of aviation, showing the 
part this famous firm has pla3'ed in its develop- 
ment. 

566 The Vickers Amphibious Tank and 1 Reel 

The Turbo Electric Liner 

(By courtesy of Armstrong Vickers Ltd.) 
Demonstrations of an amazing machine which 
nothing will stop, not even a river ; followed by 
scenes of a modern turbo-electric liner — The 
Monarch of Bermuda, built for the Furness hne. 

567 The Vickers Tractor 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Armstrong Vickers Ltd.) 
Demonstrates the many uses of the Carden- 
Loyd Tractor, made by Messrs. Armstrong 
Vickers, for farm, haulage and military use. 

568 Making LocomotiveWheels 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of Armstrong Vickers Ltd.) 
Few people realise the immense amount of 
accuracy that is needed in the manufacture of 
engine wheels — the wheel balancing devices, the 
care needed to ensure that tlie steel contains no 
flaws, and that the stresses are equally divided ; 
this is portrayed in the film. 

Japanese Industry 1 Reel each 

These three films show old and new methods 
used in Japan in the industries for which she is 
most famous. Produced in connection with 
No. 575 (See Travel Section). 

571 Pearl Cultivation. 

572 Silk (Silkworm to the finished article). 

573 Lacquer work and Satsuma Ware. 

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SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont.) 39 

589 Power (Transportation in Canada) 1 Reel 
(By courtesy of Canadian National Railways) 

Shows the development of transport facilities 
in the Dominion, from pioneer days to modern 
times, and illustrates how the opening up of the 
country depends on the growth and efficiency 
of its transport. 

Cocoa and Chocolate Making 1 Reel each 

(By courtesy of Messrs. Cadbury Ltd.) 
Three one-reelers showing the processes used in 
making the Cadbury products at Bournville. 

590 The Making of Milk Chocolate Bars. 

591 The Making of Chocolates. 

592 The Making of Cocoa. 

955 Flint Knapping 1 Reel 

Implements of the Stone Age are contrasted 
with modern tools used for quarrying flint. 
The knappers are seen at work splitting flints 
with a deft tap of the hammer, and shaping 
them for various uses. This is one of the 
oldest and least known industries in the world. 

956 A Peep into a Well-Known Pottery Works 1 Reel 

Starting with stacks of flint and clay waiting to 
be ground in the mill house, we are taken on a 
tour of the works. All the processes of pottery 
■ — throwing, turning, jolljdng, jiggering and 
other quaintlj' named phases of the work — 
are shown in detail. 

957 Port Sunlight 3 Reels 

(By courtesy of Messrs. Lever Bros.) 
A film showing the manufacture of Sunlight 
Soap, Lux, Lux Toilet Soap, and Vim, in the 
vast factories outside Birkenhead, ending with 
views of the model village built by the firm for 
its employees. 

960 The Birth of an Aeroplane 2 Reels 

(By courtesy of the Fairey .Aviation Co. Ltd.) 
Surveys the manufacture of the marvel of the 
age, from the raw materials to the strenuous 
tests prior to delivery. 

967 A Movie Trip Through Filmland 2 Reels 

A fllm record of the production of a motion 
picture. 

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40 SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont.) 

999 Electroplating To-day 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of the British 
Electrodepositors Association) 
Tiie great modern industry that has grown up 
from the chemical process of electrolysis as 
applied to silver, nickel, and chromium plating, 
including use of electrodeposition for manufac- 
ture of gramophone records. 

1711 The Romance of Stone 1 Reel 

The story of Portland stone, from quarry 
to finished building. Blasting and digging ; 
transport ; final shaping and erection. 

1716 In Search of Gold 1 Reel 

E\'ery operation in gold mining is shown in 
detail — from the setting up of a mine to testing, 
]xmning, etc. 

2005 My Lady's Stockings 1 Reel 

Pity the poor silkworm. He has a big job to 
make silk fast enough to keep the ladies in 
stockings. Beginning with the feeding and 
growth of the worms in Japan, the successive 
operations in the production of hundreds of 
thousands of pairs of fine silk stockings are 
shown. 

3102 Bituminous Coal 1 Reel 

The working days of a miner ; how the air in a 
mine is kept pure and clean. Coal is taken to a 
coke plant, where it is crushed, washed and 
burned in great beehive ovens and in the modern 
retort ovens. 

3104 Sand and Clay 1 Reel 
In conjunction with "Limestone and Marble," 

this film gives an understanding of the "rock- 
soil" cycle in Nature, and of the commercial 
significance of minerals involved. Sand, glass 
and clay are considered. 

3105 Limestone and Marble 1 Reel 

Demonstrates the relationship between lime- 
stone, chalk and marble. Quarrying, carving 
and use of natural limestone, manufacture of 
artificial limestone (cement) and quarrying 
marble are shown. 

3107 Wisconsin Dairies 1 Reel 

Automatic milkers are shown, the milk being 
prepared for market. Clean milk bottles are 
filled and capped b}' automatic machiner\^ ; 
the milk is then shipped to the city in refrigera- 
tor and tank cars. 

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SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont.) 41 

3110 Iron Ore to Pig Iron 1 Reel 

Mining operations in the Mesabi range, showing 
methods used in obtaining iron ore from an open 
pit mine. Special loading and unloading 
machinery used at various American iron smelt- 
ing towns. Molten pig iron is drawn off into 
ladles, poured into the casting machine and cast 
into "pigs." 

3111 Pig Iron to Steel 1 Reel 
Traces the progress of the ore through open 

hearth furnace, "blooming" mill and finishing 
mill to the linished product, steel. 

3118 From Wheat to Bread 1 Reel 

Demonstrates primitive methods of making 
bread. A pioneer grist mill, a modern flour 
mill and a modern bakery are shown. 

3121 New York Water Supply 1 Reel 

Gives an insight into a typical water system for 
a large city. Scenes and animations demon- 
strate methods used in bringing water from the 
Catskills, through the mountains and under the 
Hudson River to New York City. 

3125 Anthracite Coal 1 Reel 

Stresses the necessity of adequate timbering ; 
shows miners at work, blasting coal and remov- 
ing it from the mine ; work in the breaker ; 
cleaning and grading coal. 

3130 Wood Pulp 1 Reel 

Trees are felled, and then float swiftly down the 
river to the pulp mills. We then see the manu- 
facture of paper and its distribution to the many 
industries which use it. 

3132 Hydro-Electric Power in the 1 Reel 

Southern Appalachians 

Living and working conditions before water 
power was developed are contrasted with the 
progress in industr}^ and changed living condi- 
tions after development of liydro-electric power. 

3134 The Automobile 1 Reel 

By tracing production and use of iron, rubber, 
glass and petrol in the motor car, this him 
presents a striking picture of the inter-depend- 
ence of industries. 

3138 Rubber 1 Reel 

Traces this product from the plantation in the 
East Indies, through refining, to the manufac- 
ture of tyres, tennis shoes and fountain pens. 

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42 SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont ) 

3139 Making a Taboret 1 Reel 

An interesting film on carpentry, showing all 
the processes in making a Taboret or embroid- 
er}' table. 

3140 Silk 1 Reel 

Contains views of raw silk culture in Japan 
showing the country traversed to reach indus- 
trial centres, scenes showing the latest methods 
of production in a modern factory conclude the 
film. 

3142 Meat Packing 1 Reel 
After showing the location of the American 

cattle country, the film demonstrates the ship- 
ping of cattle, the dressing of beef, the careful 
inspection by the Government, and curing of 
the meat. 

3143 Tableware 1 Reel 
Modern methods of manufacture, as compared 

with old, show comparative perfection in pre- 
paring clays for pottery. ModelUng, casting, 
tiring, decorating tableware, are all demon- 
strated. 

3144 Furniture Making 1 Reel 
Contrasts the important period stjdes of the 

past with styles of to-day, shows master crafts- 
men at work, and outlines modern methods in 
machine production of furniture. 

3145 Glass Blowing Technique 1 Reel 
The first half of this film gives correct procedure 

and manipulations for elementary glass blowing 
with Pyrex glass. The second section shows the 
technique employed in joining tubes of unequal 
diameters and the method of forming bulbs. 

3148 Leather 1 Reel 

Both typical and unusual sources of leather are 
shown. Methods of tanning are demonstrated, 
and the manufacture of shoes portrayed. 

3152 Common Salt 1 Reel 
Deals with the nature and action of salt, and 
contrasts methods used in extracting, purify- 
ing, drying and bagging surface and rock salt 
deposits. 

3153 Soap 1 Reel 
Contrasts methods of producing home-made 

soap with those followed in a modern factory ; 
explains how and why water becomes hard ; 
shows the action of soap in both hard and soft 
water. 

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SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont.) 43 

3154 Woollen Goods 1 Reel 

This film traces the sources of wool ; contrasts 
methods of carding, spinning and weaving 
homespun and factory-made woollens ; follows 
through the operations involved in making an 
overcoat. 

3160 The Mining and Smelting of Copper 1 Reel 

Some of the physical properties of the metal, 
the states in which it is found, the methods by 
which it is mined, concentrated and smelted, 
and the geographical factors affecting its profit- 
able production are shown. 

3161 Flax to Linen 1 Reel 

Traces flax from the plant and seed stage, 
through the threshing, "retting," "scutching" 
and "hackling" processes, to line flax ; shows 
the spinning of line flax and the weaving and 
bleaching of linen cloth. 

3163 Lead 1 Reel 

The way in which the ore is mined and smelted ; 
some of the multiple uses of the metal in indus- 
try ; and the process of making white lead, b}' 
the "Dutch Boy" method, are shown. 

3168 Cotton Goods 1 Reel 

Covers the picking, ginning, baling and sale of 
cotton ; the carding, twisting and drawing of 
yam ; the production of thread ; the weaving 
and testing of cotton fabrics ; and some of the 
multiple uses of cotton in everyday life. 

3174 Ocean Liners 1 Reel 

The building and launching of an ocean liner, 
balancing its cargo, storing it with supplies for 
passengers and crew, inspecting it, the way the 
ship is navigated, life on board are shown. 

3181 Producing Crude Oil 1 Reel 

Survej^s the production of petroleum from pro- 
spection previous to drilling to the shipping of 
the crude oil to refineries. 

3182 Tin 1 Reel 

Mining, sluicing and bucket dredging are shown 
in the world's richest tin mines (Malay States). 
The processes of making tin plate, tin cans for 
food containers, and various tin-base alloys are 
shown by views in American tin factories. 

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44 SECTION I. (c) Industrial (Cont.) 

3183 Silver 1 Reel 

Depicts the manufacture of sterling flat-ware 
and hollow-ware, the production of plated ware 
and mirrors, and shows the uses and importance 
of silver in photography. 

3205 Gold 1 Reel 

Compares dredging, hydraulic mining and 
quartz or shaft mining methods. Gold-bearing 
quartz is crushed and smelted. The uses of 
gold in dental crowns, jewellery and gold leaf ; 
minting gold, rolling, cutting into coin blanks, 
stamping and weighing are demonstrated. 

3208 Refining Crude Oil 1 Reel 

Completely depicts In' a series of demonstra- 
tions, animated diagrams and photographs, the 
"cracking" of the crude oil and the refining 
therefrom of petrol, paraffin, solar, fuel and 
lubricating oils. Uses of many of the products 
as well as several by-products are shown. 

3233 Printing and Bookbinding 1 Reel 

The manufacture of paper, editing manuscripts, 
hand and machine composition, electrotyping 
of the text, and the making of half-tone illus- 
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45 

SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(d) POPULAR SCIENCE 

513 Development of the Photographic Image 2 Reels 

Demonstrates the making of emulsion and the 
"development" of exposed lilm, with anima- 
tions showing the chemical reactions, and an 
exposition of the Trevelli theory of photo- 
sensitivity. 

3037 Einstein's Theory of Relativity 2 Reels 

An interesting and simple explanation of the 
elementary stages of the Einstein theor}^ de- 
monstrating the relativity of motion, direction, 
size, speed and time measurements. The lilm 
contains man}' animated diagrams, made by 
the famous film cartoonist Max Fleischer. 

3101 Hot Air Heating 1 Reel 

Scenes, supplemented by animations, trace the 
development of heating methods from fireplace 
and stove to a modern hot air system in a large 
building. 

3112 Compressed Air 1 Reel 

Enumerates the principles underlying the 
compression of air and its practical applications 
to the Bessemer converter, railway air brakes, 
air-driven tools, and the fire engine. 

3113 The Water Cycle 1 Reel 

Graphic presentation of the continuous circula- 
tion of water, from earth to skj'' and back to 
earth. Examples of each stage in the C3xle 
are given. 

3117 Purifying Water 1 Reel 

Stresses the need for purifying water, and 
shows methods of aerating, filtering, disinfect- 
ing and testing a city's water supply. 

3122 Atmospheric Pressure 1 Reel 

Illustrations of unbalanced air pressure, in- 
cluding the well-known "Magdeburg" hemi- 
spheres demonstration. Atmospheric variations 
in pressure between valley and hill-top and 
between land and water are clearly represented. 

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46 SECTION I. (d) Popular Science (Cont.) 

3128 Water Power 1 Reel 

Shows the relationship between water power 
and electricit}'. Water wheels, high and low 
head developments, hydro-electric generators, 
the turbine and the transmission and uses of 
electric power are seen and explained. 

3137 Simple Machines 1 Reel 

Such simple machines as the lever and the in- 
clined plane are shown to be fundamental to 
complex ones. Elementary principles of 
mechanics — movements, work and energy, and 
efficiency — are demonstrated. 

3141 Four-Stroke-Cycle Gas Engine 1 Reel 

Demonstrates the "four-stroke" cycle in a 
single cylinder "T" head type of motor. The 
firing of a cannon compared with the gas-engine 
cycle. The fuel system of an engine ; ignition 
systems of single and mu.lti-cylinder engines, 
and water and air cooling are showm. 

3147 Refrigeration 1 Reel 

Demonstrates the ammonia compression system 
of ice making ; shows the manufacture of 'dry 
ice,' and the harvesting of natural ice ; and ends 
with views of the construction of refrigerators. 

3155 Frequency Curves 1 Reel 

Explains the nature of a statistical frequency 
distribution, and depicts the reason why 
frequency curves must be considered as boun- 
daries of an area. Illustrates the fact that the 
properties of a group of natural objects must 
usually be expressed as a frequency distribu- 
tion. 

3156 Time and Motion Analysis 3 Reels 

A him showing how the timing of individual 
work in a large factory is used as a method of 
determining amount and cost of output. 

3157 Steam Power 1 Reel 

Shows early steam engines and the impro\'e- 
ments which made the steamboat possible. 
Explains simple steam engines, steam boilers 
and locomotives. 

3165 Heat and Light from Electricity 1 Reel 

Clearly explains series and parallel circuits, 
Ohm's Law, manufacture and use of conductors, 
insulators and lamps, and arc furnaces and 
heating equipment. 

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SECTION I. (d) Popular Science (Cont.) 

3176 Chemical Effects of Electricity 1 Reel 

The action of two electrodes in an electrolytic 
bath is traced from its earliest history through 
modern battery manufacture and use, electro- 
lysis, electroplating, and electrotyping, to the 
metallurgy of copper and aluminium. 

3192 Magnetic Effects of Electricity 1 Reel 

Includes magnetism and magnetic induction 
with their applications to the electromagnet, 
the electric bell, the ammeter, the voltmeter 
and the motor ; the theory of permanent mag- 
netism ; and an explanation of terrestrial 
magnetism. 

3194 Induced Currents 1 Reel 

Surveys the principle of electromagnetic induc- 
tion applied to commercial generators ; the 
conversion of alternating current into direct 
current ; the action of the commutator and the 
transformer ; and the principle on which the 
telephone works. 

3201 Fire Making 1 Reef 

Demonstrates the dependence of fire upon fuel 
and oxygen ; shows pure oxygen supporting 
rapid combustion ; indicates the kindling 
points of various substances ; gives the history 
of matches, and depicts the making of modern 
matches. 

3203 Energy from Sunlight 1 Reel 

Explains the principle of a solar engine, the 
energy of sunlight, wind and falling water and 
shows how energy from sunlight stimulates 
plant growth, and is stored for future use in 
the form of wood and coal. 

3207 The Behaviour of Light 1 Reel 

Introduces the subject of light. Presents the 
ideas of transmission, shadows and eclipses. 
Explains the formation of images by plane, 
convex and concave mirrors. Demonstrates 
the cause of refraction. Illustrates dispersion 
of light, colour and the rainbow. (For con- 
tinuation of this sub] ect , see 3223, 3225 and 3226) . 

3212 Food and Growth 1 Reel 

A feeding experiment witli white rats, actually 
carried out in a classroom, demonstrates the 
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48 SECTION I. (d) Popular Science (Cont.) 

sweets. The system ol feeding, cleaning the 
cages and charting of growth records are given 
in detail. 

3217 Weather Forecasting 1 Reel 

The process of collecting, tabulating and inter- 
preting of weather data obtained ivon\ observa- 
tions and instruments is demonstrated. In 
animation, a procession of low and high pres- 
sure areas moves across the United States from 
west to east. 

3223 Optical Instruments 1 Reel 

This film shows the optical principles of : — 
Mirrors, the Ej'e and Spectacle Lenses ; The 
Camera ; Stereopticon and Moving Picture 
Projectors ; Microscopes and Telescopes. 

3225 Lenses 1 Reel 

Emphasises those phases of lens refraction that 
can be admirably shown by animation ; pro- 
perties of a convex lens, real and virtual images, 
changes of magnification ; effect of a concave 
lens ; formation of the \irtual image ; con- 
struction and explanation of achromatic lenses. 

3226 Illumination 1 Reel 

Records the principal methods of lighting. 
Shows the principle and the use of the photo- 
meter and the foot-candle meter ; depicts the 
cause and correction of glare in home and fac- 
tory, and the character of direct, indirect and 
combined systems of lighting. 

3264 Formation of Soil 1 Reel 

Introduces the student to the "rock-soil" cycle 
by means of demonstrations, animations, and 
actual photography. The story of the disinte- 
gration of rock includes the work of the weather, 
stream erosion, glaciers, wind and waves, rain 
and air, and plants and animals. 

3291 The Nitrogen Cycle 1 Reel 

Pjcginning with a shot of dynamite in use, tiiis 
him traces the action of nitrogen in agricultural 
life. It depicts the production of nitrogen by- 
plants, conversion by animals into tissues, and 
its return to the soil. 

3292 Carbon Oxygen Cycle 1 Reel 

How fuels are made ])y green plants is the 
subject of the hrst part of this film, while the 
rest is devoted to the carbon comi)(;unds of food. 

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SECTION 1. (d) Popular Science (font.) 49 

3293 Historical Introduction to the Study Reel 1 

of Chemistry 

From primiti\'e man to La\'oisier. Following 
introductorj^ scenes of early methods of smelt- 
ing and the work of alchemists, we are shown 
the discovery of oxygen by Priestley and 
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50 

SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(e) AGRICULTURE AND FISHERY 

554 Timber 1 Reel 

(By courtesy of the Timber Development 
Association) 
Various activities connected with timber, in- 
chiding tree felling, transportation, sawing and 
maturing. A most interesting picture of an 
industrs' which most people take for granted 
and of which the}' know little. 

995 Practical Bee-Keeping 1 Reel 

A film showing conditions and methods used in 
an up-to-date apiary, and demonstrating all 
processes from hiving a swarm to bottling the 
clear honey and packing the honeycombs. 

1101 Romance of a Lemon 1 Reel 

A visit to a lemon grove in California, showing 
this important industry from the "budding" of 
the sticks cut from grown trees, to the picking 
and shipping of the golden crop. 

1707 Market Place 1 Reel 

In this film we follow livestock from the cattle 
market of Norudch to Smithfield, and learn 
what happens before we can buy a joint at the 
butcher's. 

2003 The Salmon Run 1 Reel 

Each year milhons of salmon are spawned in the 
rivers of Alaska. The small fish swim down- 
stream to the sea and for three years disappear. 
Then at the return of the spawning season, they 
come back. Here are some remarkable pictures 
of these salmon swimming upstream, and 
jumping rapids. It is while they are crowding 
in the rivers, fighting their way up to the spawn - 
grounds, that the}' are caught and sent to the 
canneries. 

2004 Thar' She Blows ! 1 Reel 

Whale hunting in Alaskan waters as carried on 
today. When the lookout in the crow's nest 
yells "White Water," we start in pursuit and 
succeed in harpooning one. We then visit an 
Alaskan seal ground, where the coast is ahve 
with thousnnds of these animals. 

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SECTION I. (e) Agriculture and Fishery (Cont.) 51 

2008 America's Little Lamb 1 Reel 

In an attractive portrayal, this film tells the 
life story' of tj^pical American range sheep. We 
see thousands and thousands of them, grazing, 
travelling from summer to winter pasture, being 
shorn, etc., and we stand guard with the shep- 
herds to protect them from attacks by wild 
animals. 

3109 Irrigation 1 Reel 

Shows the effect of irrigation on arid lands ; 
the Roosevelt Project, the Imperial Valley 
Project and irrigation in the region of San 
Diego are used for illustration. 

3114 Cotton Growing 1 Reel 

Shows various steps in preparing the ground- 
stages in the growth of cotton plants, methods 
of fighting the boll weevil — harvesting, ginning, 
bagging, and transporting cotton. 

3115 Planting and Care of Trees 1 Reel 

Trees are protected from insects by spraying. 
Outlines the life cycles of the apple-tree tent 
caterpillar, and the white-marked codling 
moth — shows the ravages of insects, and the 
proper planting and care of trees. 

3116 Corn 1 Reel 

Gives methods of planting, cultivating, and 
harvesting corn ; deals with the corn borer and 
ways of fighting it ; shows husking and shelling 
and manufacture of corn flakes and corn starch. 

3119 Cattle 1 Reel 

Portrays life on a cattle ranch ; separating 
calves and cows, dipping cattle, driving a herd 
to the loading station, a stampede and a rodeo. 

3120 New England Fisheries. 1 Reel 

Part 1— Cod. 
Outlines the equipping and loading of a schooner 
for a trip to the Grand Banks ; setting trawls 
and catching fish ; unloading ; preparing cod 
for market. 

3123 Wheat 1 Reel 

Visualises the evolution of the wheat industry 
from old methods of farming to big-scale farm- 
ing with tractor-drawn machines, harvesting 
"combines" and storage in huge grain elevators. 

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52 SECTION I. (e) Agriculture and Fishery (Cont.) 

3124 Reafforestation 1 Reel 

Depicts wasteful cutting (^f trees— contrasts an 
eroded slojie with recently replanted areas : 
shows work carried on at a government 
nursery : concludes with a school project in 
reafforestation. 

3135 Peanuts 1 Reel 

Shows preparation of the ground, ploughing, 
distributing lime, planting ; harvesting, 
digging, loading shocks, picking pods ; peanut 
products, cooking, salting, making peanut 
butter and peanut candy. 

3146 Market Gardening 1 Reel 

Greenhouse construction and gardening are 
contrasted with outdoor gardening. Market- 
ing produce by refrigerator cars is shown. 

3162 Range Sheep 1 Reel 

Shows the feeding of orphan lambs from bottles, 
shearing, marking, counting and pasturing 
sheep in the summer, marketing some of them 
in the autumn, caring for the rest of the flock in 
the winter. 

3164 Lumbering in the Pacific North-West 1 Reel 

Laying a railroad, dragging logs to it by steel 
cables, sawing the logs into lumber, drying in 
tunnel kilns, planing and subsequently sorting 
and shipping are all included. 

3171 Beet and Cane Sugar 1 Reel 

Locates the various world regions in which the 
plants are found ; shows the way juice is ex- 
pressed and refined ; and how the sugar is dried 
and moulded into cubes by automatic machines. 

3179 New England Fisheries. 1 Reel 

Part 2— Mackerel. 
A shoal of mackerel is sighted, the "seine boat" 
puts off, the fish are caught and loaded on the 
steamer which takes them to shore, where the}' 
are prepared for market. 

3180 Maple Syrup and Sugar 1 Reel 

Methods of tree tapping, collecting and boiling 
sap in a small camp, are compared with those 
followed in a big camp. Some of the syrup is 
canned and bottled, the rest made into sugar. 

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SECTION I. (e) Agriculture and Fishery (Cont.) 53 

3188 Pacific Coast Salmon 1 Reel 

Multitudes of determined salmon jump water- 
falls, struggle in rapids, and swim up-stream 
against swift currents to reach their spawning 
pools. Seine and trap fishing, packing and 
canning are shown. 

3209 Milk, Fruit, Vegetables and Cereals 1 Reel 

("Good Food" Series) 
Attractive scenes of dairy farms, grazing cows, 
a suckling calf. The food preference of each 
animal is shown, with their methods of eating 
it. The making of cereal products from grain 
is illustrated. 

3213 Coffee 1 Reel 

Presents the story of coffee grown in South 
America, which is typical of the industry 
everywhere. Coffee growing ; hulling and 
cleaning ; shipping coffee ; preparing coffee 
for market are shown. 

3230 Shark Fishing 1 Reel 

The shark fishing industry is portrayed 
throughout, including scenes of catching and 
preparing bait, landing a tiger shark, skinning, 
the process of tanning, and shark leather pro- 
ducts. 

3231 The Farm 1 Reel 

This film presents an intimate picture of farm 
life. The children romp in the orchard, feed the 
horses, pla}^ with the lambs and revel in the 
strawberry patch. The harvesting of many 
other farm products is shown. The cows are 
milked. The milk is then poured into cans and 
shipped. 

3242 Potato Enemies 1 Reel 

This film shows the damage wrought by various 
insects on potato plants and demonstrates 
spraying methods used to combat these pests. 

3244 Oysters 1 Reel 

After portraying the life history of the Atlantic 
oyster, the film shows methods used in farming, 
fishing and canning ; and demonstrates the 
formation of pearls and their subsequent ex- 
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54 

SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(f) NATURE 

525 Native Animals of Australia 1 Reel 

The Australian animals are some of the most 
loved of all, since none of them are ferocious. 
In this film we see among others, kangaroos, 
wallabies, opossums, the Tasmanian Devil, the 
duckbilled platypus, queerest of all animals, 
and the living Teddy Bear — the koala. 

1004 Where the Screen Trees Grow 1 Reel 

A trip by aeroplane to the Gulf of Mexico brings 
the spectator to the breeding grounds of millions 
of birds. Scenes of the nesting and rearing of 
the young are given. 

1018 Considering Posey 1 Reel 

A film about Llamas, the remarkable sure- 
footed beasts of burden used in the Upper 
Andes of South America. 

1043 Castles in the Air 1 Reel 

This film covers the life of sea birds on the 
almost inaccessible cHffs of Great Bird Rock, 
at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River. Many 
fine "close-ups" of the different birds are in- 
cluded. 

1052 Monkey Land 1 Reel 

This film gives numerous studies of many 
different kinds of monkeys, showing the peculi- 
arities of each kind, and also the curiosity 
which is so characteristic. 

1070 Polygamy and Palomitas 1 Reel 

A visit to a colony of sea-lions on the rocky 
coast of Peru. These animals attain consider- 
able size. On land they are awkward, but in 
the water they are very graceful and love to 
play together. In appearance they resemble 
seals, but are larger. A natural histor}' film 
of unusual interest, which will be enjoyed by 
both children and adults. 

1119 The Moose Country 1 Reel 

A camp fire scene with fresh fish and flapjacks 
precedes arrival at a beautiful inland lake, 
where the moose are shown feeding, standing 
with curiosity, leaving in alarm, and swimming 
vigorously. 

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SECTION I. (0 Nature (Cont.) 55 

1125 Lords of the Back Fence 1 Reel 

Cats, of course. Persians, Angoras, Siamese 
and just Toms and Tabbies. Old cats, kittens, 
playful cats and fighters — this film will be 
enjoyed by all cat lovers. Good for children. 

1720 Lucky Dogs 1 Reel 

Spaniels, bulldogs, whippets, Pekinese, chows 
and lesser breeds without the law, figure in a 
melting series of canine close-ups. 

The Adventures of Maya the Bee 
The life of a bee, from its birth to the time when 
its work is done. We see it venturing forth for 
the first time, investigating Ifowers, and work- 
ing in the hive. 

1721 Chapter One : Parts 1 and 2 1 Reel 

1722 Chapter Two : Parts vS and 4 1 Reel 

1723 (hapter Three : Parts 5 and 6 1 Reel 

1724 Pussy in Pictures 1 Reel 
Cats, familiar and unfamiliar — Siamese, Per- 
sians, Nubians, Abyssinian. There are amusing 

shots of kittens at play. 
1730 Animals in Captivity and Free 1 Reel 

Some remarkable photography of wild beasts in 
their natural haunts, and some no less interest- 
ing studies of animals in zoos, etc. 

2246 Whipsnade Zoo 2 Reels 

See British Travel Films 

2247 Regent's Park Zoo 1 Reel 

See British Travel Films 
2403 New Architecture at the London Zoo 1 Reel 

Animals photographed in their new homes, by 
Maholy-Nagy. 
3001 A Few Good Terns 1 Reel 

Glimpses of many kinds of bird at home ; 
scissorsbill, pelican, stilt, tern, crane, blue heron 
are all seen in the acts of sitting, feeding the 
young or searching for food. 

3041 Chumming with the Animals 1 Reel 

Shows the food and feeding methods of various 
animals, including Hippopotamus and Wolves. 
A most interesting zoological picture, finely 
photographed. 

3042 Animal and Bird Life in Yosemite 1 Reel 

National Park 
A bear is shown up a tree ; being tempted with 
a ginger snap, he goes through a good many 
movements in a rather precarious position. 
Finally he comes down and there are numerous 

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56 SECTION I. (f) Nature (Cont.) 

pictures of him being led with \ arious deUcacies, 
particularly syrup from a bottle. Several Chip- 
mimks are also shown. This film will be much 
appreciated by nature lovers. 

3043 Housekeeping at the Zoo 1 Reel 

The film opens with some interesting pictures 
of cleaning elephants b}^ sweeping, bathing and 
oiling. Then a babj' ourang-outang is shown 
amusing itself in a bucket. The bears are given 
a bath, and the cassowary gives an exhibition 
in hard kicking. In this, however, he is easily 
surpassed by the kangaroo, who follows. 

3047 Flower Life in Yosemite National Park 1 Reel 

A picture showing not only many fine views of 
wild flowers growing in profusion, but also time- 
lapse photographs which show the growth of 
the flowers from bud to full bloom. 

3048 Wild Flowers of the Yosemite 1 Reel 

National Park 

A second picture of wild flowers in Yosemite, 
dealing with a new series of flowers. 

Wild Creatures in Captivity 

Many pictures have been made of the wild crea- 
tures in various Zoological Gardens in this 
country and abroad. The following films are 
among the finest in existence and we are fortu- 
nate in having them in the Kodascope Library. 
Not only have the}- great educational value but 
real interest, due to the fine specimens shown 
and the excellent photography emplo3'ed. 
These five reels, 3063 to 3067, may be used in 
any order. Each is complete in itself. 

3063 Wild Creatures in Captivity 1 Reel each 

(Canines and Felines) 
Wild dogs, wolves and foxes, lion, tiger, leopard, 
cheetah, jaguar and puma. 

3064 Wild Creatures in Captivity 

(Herbivorous Mammals) 
Deer, elk, wapiti, antelope, zebra, llama, moose, 
yak, buffalo, camel and elephant. 

3065 Wild Creatures in Captivity 

(Water fowl) 
Ibis, stork, spoonbill, flamingo, various geese, 
ducks and swans, pelican, cormorant, heron and 
crane. 

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SECTION I. (f) Nature (Cont.) 57 

3066 Wild Creatures in Captivity 

(Reptiles and Monkeys) 
Gila monster, python, lemur, baboon, rhesus 
monkey, mandrill ; small monkeys at play. 

3067 Wild Creatures in Captivity 

(Other Birds and Beasts) 
Screech owl, barn owl, guinea fowl, pheasant, 
ostrich, raccoon, porcupine, kangaroo, sea lions. 

3069 Just Monkeys 1 Reel 

A film built round the antics of two monkeys 
in a zoo, and their "comments" on their captors, 
with a moral about keeping animals shut in 
cages. 

3158 Microscopic Animal Life 1 Reel 

Photomicrographic views show four single- 
celled animals ; annxba, paramecium, stentor, 
vorticella ; and one remarkable multi-celled 
animal, the rotifer. 

3170 Some Sea-shore Animals 1 Reel 

An anemone and its relative, the sea feather and 
feather dusters (marine tube worms) are shown. 
Sea urchins are displayed from various angles. 
Close views of starfishes show how their tubular 
feet assist them in feeding. A sunflower star 
swallows food. Closing scenes show the hermit 
crab and some of its seashore neighbours. 

3175 Termites 1 Reel 

The partial life history of termites is illustrated 
by the subterranean, rotten wood and sound 
wood genera of the insects. A few of the many 
protective measures against these destructive 
ants are shown. 

3177 Beavers 1 Reel 

These busy workers repair a break in a dam, 
then take time off for lunch ! Views of trees 
which they have cut down, beaver-made 
canals, the storage of food, beaver homes and 
baby beavers at different ages, make a most 
interesting and instructive film. 

3178 The Raccoon 1 Reel 

The life of this inquisitive and friendly little 
fellow is shown "at home," as he fishes for 
crawfish in a stream, catches one, washes and 
eats it, and as he plays in the trees before he 
starts for his home in a dead tree stump. 

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58 SECTION I. (f) Nature (Cont.) 

3184 Wild Flowers 1 Reel 

Woodland, meadow and field tlowers such as 
Hepatica, Bloodroot, Nightshade, Azalea, Iris, 
Tidy Tip. California Poppy and Blazing Star 
are shown throughout tlieir life. By the pro- 
cess of "time-lapse" photography the}' are seen 
as they grow, blossom and wither, all in an 
interval of a few minutes. 

3185 Luther Burbank 1 Reel 

A part of the great work of the famous agricul- 
turist is depicted b\- scenes showing cactus 
development, lil\' pollination, the development 
of long staple cotton, walnuts with paper-thin 
shells, and improved varieties of wheat and 
oats. 

3186 Bird Homes 1 Reel 

Shows the beach and marsh homes of the lesser 
tern, killdeer, stilt, gull, pied-billed grebe, etc., 
the meadow homes of the bobolink (rice bird), 
spotted sandpiper, horned lark, meadow lark 
and burrowing owl ; the cliff homes of cormor- 
ants, puffins, duck-hawks, flickers, etc., and the 
homes of birds which build near the ground, 
such as the American cuckoo, wood thrush, 
yellow warbler, redstart and humming bird. 

3189 The Ruffed Grouse 1 Reel 

Shows the courtship of the ruffed grouse, his 
challenging "drumming," the nest of a hen. 
A series of scenes showing the process of hatch- 
ing, and another showing growth and develop- 
ment of chicks end the film. 

3191 Some Water Insects 1 Reel 

"Striders" skim along the surface ; a water 
bug seizes and eats a minnow ; a scorpion comes 
up for air ; dragon and damsel-flies are dealt 
with in detail. 

3198 Some Friendly Birds 1 Reel 

These birds depicted in this nlm have been 
grouped together because of the similarity of 
their tastes and habits. It includes martins, a 
chickadee family, nuthatches at home, a house 
wren building a nest, the rearing of bluebirds, 
woodpeckers feeding their young and the 
"spring dance" of the flickers. 

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SECTION I. (f) Nature (Cont.) 59 

3199 The Adventures of Peter 1 Reel 

Peter, a fox terrier, goes on a camping trip with 
his master. They find a baby wild cat, a mole, 
a ground squirrel, a badger, an armadillo, a 
porcupine, a hornets' nest, skunk kittens, owls 
and black bears. 

3200 Baby Beavers 1 Reel 

A short reel with simple titles, for small children. 
Baby beavers swim with their mother and try 
to climb on her back. The babies comb their 
fur with their paws, play in the sunshine and 
scamper to the near-by stream. 

3210 Rocky Mountain Mammals 1 Reel 

Traces a series of four life zones, one above 
another, on a typical Western mountain. Shows 
antelopes, coyotes, mule deer, mountain lion, 
grizzly bear, pack rat, cony, mountain sheep, a 
marmot and many fine views of mountain goats. 

3214 Birds of Prey 1 Reel 

Demonstrates the unusual eyes, beaks, feet and 
feather structure, which assist birds of prey in 
securing food. A goshawk, a peregrine and 
young, a marsh hawk, rough-legged hawks, 
barn owls, a great horned owl, black vultures, 
and bald eagles are seen. 

3218 Wading Birds 1 Reel 

Beach and marsh birds, adapted to wading, are 
featured in this study. Included are rare 
views of the adults, nests, eggs and young. 
The principal subjects are : Sandpipers, Snipe, 
Plover, Stilts, Avocets, Phalaropes and Herons. 

3221 Game Birds 1 Reel 

Pictures of birds of both fenland and inland 
tj^pes including mallard, pintail and teal, wild 
geese, California quail, bobwhite quail, Pheas- 
ants and wild turkeys. All these birds were 
filmed in the wild state except the pheasants. 

3227 Spiders 1 Reel 

Illustrates characteristic habits, and shows 
the development of several species of spiders 
by means of actual photography and animated 
diagrams. 
3234 Birds of the Sea Coast 1 Reel 

Illustrates how water birds are equipped with 
long wings, webbed feet, food pouches and bills 
for procuring food. Young gulls hatching out, 
terns' eggs, skimmers' nests and colonies of 
murres, cormorants and pelicans are shown. 

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60 SECTION I. (f) Nature (Cont.) 

3235 Some Larger Mammals 1 Reel 

Herds of l)ison (American buffalo), black bears, 
Virginia deer (white-tailed deer), wapiti 
(American elk), and moose are shown in their 
several types of wild surroundings. 

3243 Under-Sea Life 1 Reel 

Exhibits the curious adaptations and habits of 
marine animals, snail, hermit crab, skate, sting- 
ray, shark, remora, sea-horse, puffer and sea 
robin. The film is suited to classes in biology 
as well as Nature study. 

3248 Frogs, Toads and Salamanders 1 Reel 

Development of typical amphibians through 
the stages of eggs, aquatic larvae, and final 
metamorphosis to the adult forms. The tree 
frog, the green frog, the common toad, the 
newt, the mud puppy and the voracious hell- 
bender are studied. 

3252 Reptiles 1 Reel 

Depicts garter snakes, pit vipers and coral 
snakes ; New World Lizards, American Chame- 
leon, Horned Toad, Iguana and Gila Monster, 
Alligators and their habits ; their eggs and 
young ; Tortoises and Turtles, Box Tortoise, 
Desert Tortoise and Marine Turtles. 

3254 Monkeys and Apes 1 Reel 

Instructive study of the habits of species 
selected from both the Old and New Worlds. 
South American monkeys are shown feeding on 
fruits and climbing. Old World monkeys, 
although lacking the power to grasp with the 
tail, are seen to be completely at home in the 
trees. Among the apes shown are dog-faced 
baboons, mother and baby orang-outang, a 
young chimpanzee and babies of the giant 
gorilla. 

3256 Bears and Three Jungle Giants 1 Reel 

American black bears, European brown bears, 
Malay bears and polar bears are interestingly 
portrayed in the action of this film. We are 
then shown ver}' close views of Indian and 
African elephants with their wrinkled skins, 
upturned trunks and large Hoppy ears. The 
picture closes with "shots" of hippopotamus 
and rhinoceros. 

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SECTION I. (f) Nature (Cont.) 61 

3259 Animals of the Cat Tribe 1 Reel 

In this are included the domestic cat and 
kittens, tiger and leopard kittens playing with 
children, lions and cubs. The behaviour of 
the various individuals clearly demonstrates 
their close relation to the cat. 

3260 Shipof the Desert : followed by 1 Reel 

Seals and Walruses 

The first portion of the film shows the usefulness 
and life of the camel ; the second half shows 
seals, sea elephants and walruses in their 
natural surroundings, and explains the relation- 
ship between them and their differences. 

3263 The House Fly 1 Reel 

A life history, depicting larva, pupa and adult. 
The structure of the house fly, and the reasons 
why it is a menace to health, are shown in mo- 
tion photomicrographs. The dangerous habits, 
rapidity of breeding, and methods of dealing 
with this insect are interestingly portrayed. 

3265 From Flower to Fruit 1 Reel 

Shows how all parts of a flower help in pro- 
ducing seeds. The flowers of roses, lilies and 
apples mature, anthers produce pollen, insects 
assist in pollination, pollen tubes grow, fertili- 
sation is completed, and the fruit develops. 

3266 The Green Plant 1 Reel 

Stresses the fact that living things are depend- 
ent for food upon the green plant. The latter's 
processes of food-making and growth are 
shown by diagrams. Sunshine, chlorophyll, 
water and air, are seen to produce sugar and 
starch, which are stored in roots, stems, leaves 
and fruits. 



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SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(g) SPORTS 
968 Bobby Jones, Slow Motion Analysis 2 Reels 

There arc no games in wliich slow motion photo- 
graphy is of more use than in golf, and in this 
film one of the world's greatest golfers demon- 
strates all the main shots of the game, use and 
handling of each club, and body control. 

975 Instructional Cricket Film 3 Reels 

Normal and slow motion photographs of all the 
principal points, demonstrated by A. P. F. 
Chapman, Hobbs, Sutcliffe, Tate, Freeman and 
other weU-known players. 

996 Ski-ing and other Winter Sports 2 Reels 

This is a very fine film covering ski-ing, bob- 
sleighing, curling, skating, ice hockey and 
ski-jumping, all fully illustrated, with many 
slow motion sequences. The background of 
beautiful mountain scenery and picturesque 
villages makes most magnificent entertainment. 

997 Instructional Rugger Film 5 Reels 

Normal and slow motion photographs of kick- 
ing, tackling, passing, throwing in from touch, 
the "scissors" movement and other tactics, 
made by W. W. Wakefield, Cove-Smith, Drys- 
dale, Macmyn, Stevenson and other famous 
players of the game. 

1047 Getting Gay with Neptune 1 Reel 

A fine sport film, illustrating the delightful 
phases of life in a girl's camp in Maine. Splen- 
did scenes of swimming, diving and canoeing 
are shown. 

1049 How will you have your Bath ? 1 Reel 

This picture commences with street urchins 
playing in a park fountain on a hot day. It 
then takes us to a country stream, with its old 
swimming hole, and on to more elaborate fancy 
diving and surf bathing, winding up with a 
thrilling series of aquaplaning pictures. 

1050 The Thrill of the Thoroughbreds 1 Reel 

Slow-motion photography enhances the charm 

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SECTION I (g) Sports (Cont.) 63 

of this horse-racing film. Various lotions, 
Uniments, boots, shoes, saddles and accoutre- 
ments are shown in detail, and the jockeys in 
training are also shown. 

1068 The Happy Duffer 1 Reel 

We follow through a day's golf a poor player, 
from whom the film takes its title. During the 
duffer's progress we are shown some of the 
correct methods of holding the clubs. This 
picture will interest both the beginner and the 
scratch man. 

1069 Make or Break 1 Reel 

Normal and slow motion photography portrays 
the actual effort involved in throwing the jave- 
lin, discus, and the hammer, putting the shot 
and the track sports of 100 j'ard dash, the mile 
relay, the high hurdle race, pole vaulting and 
the running high jump. 

1071 Open Air Trails 1 Reel 

Scenes of baseball, with the vast number of 
followers of the game in the U.S.A. ; subse- 
quently of moose hunting and game shooting. 

1082 The Cradle of Champions 1 Reel 

A number of very interesting scenes of youthful 
pla5'ers are cleverty interspersed with imaginary 
scenes of the same plaj^ers ten years hence 
in the baseball stadiums and on the football 
ground. 

1083 Gangway 1 Reel 

Canoeing on Lake George with both paddle and 
sail. The craft are seen racing in a fresh 
breeze, while their one-man "crews" perform 
acrobatic feats on the sliding seat. Some 
thrilling motor-boat races are also included. 

1084 A Championship Tennis Game 1 Reel 

Two tennis champions, W. M. Johnston and 
G. L, Patterson, in fast action before a slow 
motion camera. A splendid opportunity is 
afforded for the study of various serves and 
returns as practised by experts. 

1085 How do you get your Exercise ? 1 Reel 

A reel of miscellaneous methods of taking exer- 
cise from baseball to gymnastics, winding up 
with some fine driUs by firemen climbing walls 
with a scaling ladder and ropes. 

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M SECTION I. (g) Sports (Cont.) 

1091 Swimmers and Swimming 1 Reel 

Partl\' in nt)rmal and partly in slow-motion, 
the crawl, breast, trudgeon and other strokes 
are illustrated. \Vc see also imitations of the 
swimming methods of various animals, such as 
the frog, seal, porpoise and crab. 

1133 Follow the Leader 1 Reel 

Swimming, taken both in slow motion and at 
normal speed under various conditions, in 
different parts of the United States. We see 
the swimmers doing stunts under water, others 
walking a greased pole, and one intrepid indi- 
vidual diving through some burning oil floating 
on the surface. Finally we see turtles chased 
and captured by a skilful swimmer. 

1134 Close Figuring 1 Reel 

A subject which clearly shows the necessity of 
accurate movement by tfiose who earn their 
living in dangerous occupations. The aerial 
gymnasts must not fail in their judgment when 
swinging through space, the whip-slashing 
artiste must figure close, but not too close. 
A very interesting picture, taken partly in slow 
motion. 

1135 Surf and Sail 1 Reel 

For those who enjoy boats and boating, on both 
inland waters and the high seas. Starts with 
some splendid scenes of outboard motor-boat 
racing on a lake in California. Gene Tunney 
and his high speed motor-boat on Bisca^me 
Bay, sailing crafts of different types and sizes 
in Golden Gate Harbour, and Cecil de Mille's 
beautiful schooner "Seaward," are shown in 
beautifully photographed scenes. 

1136 Canned Thrills 1 Reel 

Coney Island, one of the world's most famous 
playgrounds, offers its amusements in place of 
more expensive thrills. The steel steeds of the 
Steeplechase replace saddle horses. Fljang 
Swings are a substitute for aeroplanes, the 
"Dipping Waves" of steel give their riders the 
motion of the sea. 

1137 Spartan Diet 1 Reel 

Modern Spartans are seen indulging in rigorous 
athletic training. The film opens with bo.xing 
instruction, after which we see Jiu-jitsu, and a 
fast game of Soccer played by two teams of 

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FELIX has no less than forty-one adventures, 
and extraordinarily funny they are, too. (See 
Section 3'e.) 



HOOT GIBSON punches cows and western 
bad men with equal facility in several "Koda- 
scope" Library Films that will set young and 
old applauding for more. (See Section 4/a). 





RIN-TIN-TIN, dog-star of^scores of thrill- 
ing dramas, is featured In several "Koda- 
scope" Library Films. Here he is in "Hills 
of Kentucky". (See Section 4 a.) 



[RICARDO CORTEZ plays the leading role 
in that fme "western" "The Pony Express". 
(See Section 4;a.) 





THE WONDER DOG again Rin-Tin-Tin 
in another magnificent "western," "Where 
the North Begins". (See Section 4 a.) 



ERNEST TORRENCE, Mary Astor, and 
Noah Beery appear in a thrilling costume 
drama called "The Fighting Coward". (See 
Section 4 b.) 




"BEAU BRUMMEL • 

is remembered chiefly 
for his style in clothes, 
but his life was full of 
dramatic moments as 
this film shows. (See 
Section 4 b.) 




THE EXPLOITS of 

"The Eagle of the Sea" 
provide a stirring tale 
of buccaneering in the 
Gulf of Mexico. (See 
Section 4 b.) 




MORE MONSTERS 

this time from "The 
Lost World", a drama 
in which Lewis Stone 
and Wallace Beery play 
thrilling parts. (See 
Section 4 b.) 



SECTION I. (g) Sports (Cont.) 65 

Hawaiian girls. Normal and slow motion 
pictures afford an opportunity to study the 
action closely, 

1139 Water Wonders 1 Reel 

Dry swimming practice is being given at the 
side of an outdoor pool. Demonstrations of 
diving and swimming follow, and shots in nor- 
mal and slow motion of Johnny Weissmuller 
the Olympic swimmer are included. 

1571 Olympic Winter Games 1 Reel 

A film of ski-ing, ski-jumping, skating, bobbing, 
and tobogganning, all displayed by experts. 

1600 Be a Sport 1 Reel 

Scenes of .swinuning, rowing, yachting and 
wrestling, from which much may be learned. 

1717 Plane Sailing 2 Reels 

Reel 1 deals with the manufacture of gliders ; 
Reel 2 with the testing and normal use of 
gliders by experts and others. There are some 
fine comparative shots of planes and birds in 
flight. 

3270 Modern Football Fundamentals 2 Reels 

(American game) 
Shows in detail, the fundamental technique and 
drills. Demonstrates definite methods of hand- 
ling the body to prevent injuries. Analyses of 
body movement in slow motion are followed by 
the same action at normal speed to visualise 
the complete performance. 

3276 Modern Basketball Fundamentals 2 Reels 

Shows the present tactics used in basketball 
(netball), and covers the game in the same way 
as No. 3270 covers American football. 



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SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(h) HUNTING AND FISHING 

1000 Wild Animals of Africa 1 Reel 

Starting from Nairobi with gun and camera, the 
party encounters gnu, buffalo, eland, giraffe, 
springbok and zebra ; and finally take part in a 
successful lion hunt. 

1001 Hunting Big Game in Africa 1 Reel 

A companion film to No. 1000, dealing with 
leopard, kudu, baboon, warthog, crocodile, 
hippopotamus and rhinoceros. 

1053 An Order of Fish 1 Reel 

A surve}' of all the amateur fishermen, the 
disciples of Izaak Walton. The lilm shows boys 
fishing for tiddlers, and then fluke, bass, and 
trout are in turn the victims of the rod. 

1073 Quail Hunting 1 Reel 

The party makes an early start and, accom- 
panied by dogs, soon arrive at headquarters, 
(^uail are plentiful and in a few minutes the 
dogs have found a co\-ey. Then the birds take 
to the air and the hunters bag their quarry, 
which is brought in by the dogs. 

1089 Fish and Totem 1 Reel 

A film illustrating the sport of salmon spearing 
in Alaskan waters. The fish are shown leaping 
the cascading waterfalls ; on a rockbound 
coast, sea-lions, their natural enemies, are being 
killed by hunters. Finally we see the totem 
poles of Alaskan Indians — those strange sym- 
bols of a vanishing race, which have a signifi- 
cance little understood by ethnologists. 

1102 The Wild Turkey 1 Reel 

The wild turkey is the wariest bird that flies, 
and great skill and patience are required in 
hunting him. Here we hide in the underbrush 
and after waiting until we are all but chilled 
through, we are rewarded by a splendid shot 
which brings down our first bag. This is 
followed by others, and we return to the lodge 
hungr}' and laden with turkeys. 

1104 Duck Shooting on Wapanoca Lake 1 Reel 

Wapanoca, in Arkansas, is one of the largest 
and most densely populated wild duck preserves 

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SECTION I. (h) Hunting and Fishing (Cont.) 67 

in the U.S.A. This film is a record of a day's 
shooting on the lake. 

1106 Roping the Black Panther 1 Reel 

The Black Panther, a native of Java and the 
Straits Settlements, is the most feared wild 
animal of those countries. In this film we see 
Major Jack Allen with his dog, "Venture," and 
native beaters, follow a panther into his haunt 
among the ruins of a deserted temple, and 
capture it with a lasso. A fine jungle picture. 

1107 Netting the Leopard 1 Reel 

This film shows two travellers riding through 
the jungle in India, where they are attacked by 
leopards. Then Major Allen follows the leop- 
ards to their lair, where, armed only with 
lassos and nets, he captures two splendid 
specimens. 

1108 Capturing Lions by Aeroplane 1 Reel 

Major Allen learns from some native goatherds 
that their flocks have been attacked by lions. 
He decides to try to capture the lions by a novel 
method, which proves very successful. 

1140 The Cougar or Mountain Lion 1 Reel 

Bill and Bob, in the woods with their dog, find a 
deer recently killed by a cougar and start out 
after the marauder. They follow the trail for 
some distance and then set a snare such as the 
Indians used. A good story, which will be very 
much appreciated by boys. 

1141 Dangerous Trails 1 Reel 

Bill and Bob, on horseback, climb Old Tahquiz, 
the sentinel of San Jacinto Range. An old 
Indian guide joins them, leading them up 
wonderful trails to high altitudes. As they are 
pitching camp, one of the boys discovers tracks 
of a puma with her cub, which they capture. 
An exciting adventure, especially interesting 
to Boy Scouts. 

1142 Outwitting the Timber Wolf 1 Reel 

Bill and Bob ride to their cabin in the woods 
by motor cycle where they plan to catch a tim- 
ber wolf. These wolves cause the cattlemen of 
the West tremendous losses every year. 

1143 Monsters of the Deep 2 Reels 

An interesting film about deep sea fishing. 
Whales, Leopard Shark, Hammerheads and 
Devil fish are among the catch. 

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68 SECTION I. (h) Hunting and Fishing (Cont ) 

1145 Fish from Hell 3 Reels 

This picture was made by a group of sportsmen, 
off the West Coast of Mexico. One of the most 
stirring fishing pictures that has ever been made 
containing many fine photographs taken under 
the sea. 

1729 Men Against Sea 1 Reel 

Life aboard a fishing trawler — an interesting 
study of how we get our fish, and at what price 
to the fisherman. 

1730 Animals in Captivity and Free 1 Reel 

See Nature. 

3000 Reel Riots 1 Reel 

A film of big game fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, 
where shark and tarpon are sought with rod and 
line. 

3003 Up in the Air after Alligators 1 Reel 

After making a visit to an aUigator farm in 
Florida, where the reptiles unwillingly perform 
for us, we take a trip by seaplane into the Ever- 
glades, where we pitch camp and hunt alligators. 

3062 The Square Tails of Drowning River 1 Reel 

Drowning River drains into Hudson Bay. 
Starting out in canoes, we travel for three daj's 
through picturesque rapids, down beautiful 
rivers until we come to our objective, the home 
of the Square-tails. When caught, these fish 
put up a splendid fight, which turns our anghng 
into a thrilling sport. 



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SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(i) HISTORY 

Haunted Castles 2 Reels each 

The castles of England provide many a story, 
both legendary and true, and this series of hlms 
depicts the most famous and picturesque of 
these monuments of the past. 

2900 Ashbridge Castle 

2901 The Tower of London 

2902 Woodcroft Castle 

2903 Warwick Castle 

2904 The Phantonn Gambler 

2905 The Mistletoe Bough 

2906 Hanmpton Court 

2907 Ken 11 worth Castle 

2908 Tichborne Castle 

2909 Bod lam Castle 

2910 Windsor Castle 

3241 George Washington 

A picture prepared at the request of the George 
Washington Bicentennial Commission. Be- 
cause of its completeness, historical accuracy, 
careful construction, this film will be extremely 
useful for many j'ears to come. 

3280 Abraham Lincoln. 

Part 1^ — Pioneer 
A record of Lincoln's life in Kentucky and 
Illinois up to the time when he was elected 
President of the U.S.A. 

3281 Abraham Lincoln. 

Part 2 — Statesman 
Continuation of Lincoln's life during the Civil 
War period when he showed his real greatness, 
down to his assassination at the moment of his, 
and the Federal's, greatest triumph. 

6001 Historical Episode in the Life of 
Michael Angelo 

Michael Angelo, famous as artist, sculptor and 



4 Reels 



1 Reel 



1 Reel 



1 Reel 



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70 SECTION 1. (I) History (font.) 

architect, is recognised as one of tlie greatest 
geniuses that ever hved. Persuaded to paint 
the Sistine Chapel, for four j'ears he worked 
lying on his back painting the wonderful ceiling, 
one of the greatest masterpieces that the hand 
of man has ever fashioned. 

6002 The Story of Raphael's Masterpiece 1 Reel 

In 151G, Raphael, then a young man, went into 
the oountr}- in search of types of female beauty 
to serve as inspiration for a picture he had in 
contemplation. This film shows how he made 
his preliminary sketch for his wonderful 
"Madonna della Seida." 



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71 

SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(j) HYGIENE 

3197 Fire Safety 1 Reel 

Emphasises the immense annual losses from 
fire ; treats ways of preventing tires • shows 
what to do in case of fire ; pictures the teaching 
of fire prevention methods to school children. 

3215 A Drink of Water 1 Reel 

("Good Food" Series) 
A horse, a dog, cows, ducks and a moose drink- 
ing. Children drink from paper cups, and are 
taught to drink water before breakfast. Ani- 
mated diagram indicates when a glass of water 
should appear in the daily schedule. 

3237 Cleanliness — Clean Clothes, Clean 1 Reel 

Face and Hands 

A boy polishes his shoes, bnishes his coat and 
demonstrates proper use of a napkin. Girls 
are shown wearing aprons as they help in the 
home. Closing scenes indicate proper care of 
clothing when not in use. 

3238 Cleanliness — Keepingthe Hair Clean 1 Reel 

—Bathing 

A dog and a beaver take care of their coats and 
a goose preens its plumage. Birds splash in 
their tub. Children demonstrate warm baths 
and cool showers. Scenes show an elephant 
bathing, a polar bear in its pool, a dog swim- 
ming and finally, children and adults bathing 
on a beach. 

3239 Home Nursing — Routine Procedure 1 Reel 

Covers routine procedures in the care of a con- 
valescent. The subjects dealt with are : taking 
temperature, pulse and respiration ; preparing 
patient for breakfast ; serving food ; preparing 
patient for the night. 

3240 Honne Nursing— The Bed Bath 1 Reel 

Demonstrates the techni(|ue of bathing a 
patient in bed and of making the bed while 
occupied. 

3245 Honne Nursing — Special Procedures 1 Reel 

Some special procedures for relieving specific 
conditions. Wherever repeated applications 
are required, the proper lapse of time is indi- 

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72 SECTION I. (j) Hygiene (Cont.) 

cated. Subjects dealt with are : cold com- 
presses, applying hot compresses, giving a foot 
tub to a patient in bed, linseed poultice and 
inhalations. 

3249 First-Aid, Life Saving and 1 Reel 

Resuscitation 

Demonstrations in and out of water of various 
approaches and holds used in rescuing the 
endangered swimmer. Methods of resuscita- 
tion shown include use of the "inhalator." 

3282 Street Safety. 1 Reel 

Part 1 — Primary 
A trained police dog is included among the 
actors and is used to demonstrate cardinal 
points of street safety by the indirect method. 
This half-reel subject is designed especially to 
impress younger children. 

3283 Street Safety. 1 Reel 

Part 2 — Advanced 
Illustrates fundamental safety principles de- 
signed to govern outdoor activities of older 
children or adults. Both this film and No. 3267 
were made in co-operation with the U.S. 
National Safety Council and American Automo- 
bile Association. 



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SECTION l-DOCUMENTARY, 16mm. FILMS 

(k) MISCELLANEOUS 

978 World Jamboree, Arrowe Park, 5 Reels 

Birkenhead, 1929 

The official film record of the largest scout 
jamboree ever held, showing the scores of scouts 
of all nations represented, and the wonderful 
time they had. Fine scout propaganda, both 
for encouragement of present scouts and for 
recruiting purposes. 

988 Real and Model Railways 2 Reels 

Made by Mr. W. J. Bassett Lowke. 
Wonderful scenes of model railwaj's and trains 
interspersed with photographs of the real thing. 

1083 Gangway 1 Reel 

Canoeing and motor-boating on Lake George. 
See Sports. 

1116 Flying Cadets 2 Reels 

This is an official U.S. Government film pre- 
senting by means of a short story its method of 
training young men for the army air arm and 
for commercial aviation. 

1117 Life O'Riley 1 Reel 

Training of U.S. Cavalry Officers and mounts. 
Portrays a cross country ride during which men 
and horses perform almost impossible feats. 
An interesting picture, full of action. 

1122 Ship Ahoy 1 Reel 

A series of beautiful scenes of sailing vessels 
under many differing conditions of wind and 
weather. Some show the setting of sails and 
others the furling of them in heavy weather. 
Pictures taken from the deck and also from 
aloft, show the sailors at their duties. A pic- 
ture that will delight everyone who is fond of 
the sea and its rapidly disappearing sailing 
ships. 

1132 In the Days of Wooden Ships and Iron 1 Reel 

Men 

Contains some exciting episodes of the clipper 
ship era. A typhoon is encountered and scenes 

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74 SECTION I. (k) Miscellaneous (Cont.) 

sliuwing the shi]) tossed like ;i cork on 
the mountainous waves, furnish one of the most 
thrilhng sefiuences of the sort ever seen in 
motion pictures. 

1144 Robinson Crusoe Hours 1 Reel 

A brief summary of the story of Robinson 
Crusoe on his island, showing outstanding epi- 
sodes of his life alone, and later with his man 
Friday. Photographed amid scenes of en- 
trancing beauty. 

1146 Australian Jamboree 1934-35 1 Reel 

Scenes at the great Scout rally in Australia. 
We see the parade of nations and catch some 
intimate glimpses of the Chief Scout, Lord 
Baden Powell. 

1155 America Goes Over 5 Reels 

The ofTficial United States Government pictures 
of the World War. Actual photographs of 
America's part. It is romantic, sometimes 
tragic — always dramatic and thrilling. 

1359 Hollywood To-day 2 Reels 

V\\m stars off duty — in the studios, in their 
homes, at a Hollywood premiere. As enlight- 
ening as it is amusing. 

1708 The Story of Stamps 1 Reel 

(Prom the famous G.l-'.O. Film Library) 
The development of the postal system from 
the ver}^ early days to the present time. A 
fascinating film of a major revolution. 

1712 White Sails 1 Reel 

All types of sail, from bird boats to the 
"Endeavour." A bcautifulh' jihotographed 
record that gets the tang of the sea, and will 
appeal to yachtsmen, fishermen, naval men 
and landlubbers. 

1713 Heritage of Defence 1 Reel 

Produced under the auspices ol the "News of 
the World" in aid of the King (ieorge V 
Memorial Fund. A review of conditions of hfe 
in the fighting services. Plenty of action on 
land and sea and in the air. 

1714 Heritage of the Sea 1 Reel 

A film that landsmen will enjo}^ and sea-lovers 
enthuse over. A vivid record of all sorts and 
conditions of craft and of the sea it.self in many 
moods. 

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SECTION 1. (k) Miscellaneous (Cont) 75 

1715 Heritage of the Air 1 Reel 

What the above films do to remind us of 
England's power on land and sea, this film 
does regarding the air forces. A striking dis- 
play, full of memorable shots. 

1717 Plane Sailing 2 Reels 

How to make a glider — and then 11}- it. See 
Sport. 

1718 How to Tell a Phone 1 Reel 

An amusing film on the telephone service, 
containing some sound advice on the best way 
to get numbers first time. 

1719 People in the Park 1 Reel 

Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Kew and 
Hampton Court — the lungs of London seen 
from a new angle. 

1725 The Bishop of London 1 Reel 

The Bishop at home. In this film we see 
Fulham Palace and Bishop's Park, both of 
which provide man}' beautiful scenes. 

1726 Casting Animals 1 Reel 

The method of making plaster casts from cla}' 
models of animals. 

1727 Fire Fighters 1 Reel 

The skill and technique of the modern fire 
fighter is a matter for admiration ; in this film 
we get a chance to see him at work close up, 
learn a few things about the entire fire-fighting 
sj'stem. 

1728 Snow Water 1 Reel 

Some really beautiful views of mountain 
streams. 

2400 Handicrafts in Belgium 1 Reel 

First we see tapestries being made on the 
famous Mechlin looms, and then some notable 
examples of 16th century work. Following 
this are other instances of the skill of Mechhn's 
inhabitants — carved woodwork and furniture, 
upholstery fabrics, and household linens, etc. 

2401 Lino Cuts 1 Reel 

Lino cutting is a fascinating hobby as well as 
a distinctive method of illustration. This film 
shows us how to set about it. 

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76 SECTION 1. (k) Miscellaneous (Cont.) 

2403 New Architecture at the London Zoo 1 Reel 

Animals photographed in their new homes by 
Maholy-Nagy. Animated diagrams ilhistrate 
the underlying elements of design in each 
structure. 

2405 Air Port 2 Reels 

The story of how Croydon Airjiort is run pro- 
vides many fine views of air liners and other 
craft. From the central offices, officials keep in 
touch with every plane en route, and so make 
air travel swifter and safer. 

3136 Safety at Sea 1 Reel 

Depicts the safeguards to navigation — light- 
houses, buoys, hghtships, etc., and vividly 
portrays a storm, a sinking ship, coast guard 
work and a thrilling rescue. 

3150 Fire Protection 1 Reel 

Compares old and new methods and equipment 
used in fighting fires. Explains the operation 
of extinguishers, the principle of cooling, 
blanketing or smothering fires and gives a 
lesson in fire safety. 

3151 Fire Prevention 1 Reel 

Shows the construction of an approved fire- 
resisting building ; correct electrical insulation; 
possibility of fire through faulty insulation ; 
and the proper way to safeguard inflammable 
materials. 

3196 Models In Motion for Freehand 1 Reel 

Drawing 

Consists of several short episodes in each of 
which a model performs, repeatedly, the whole 
of some characteristic action. 

3220 Railroad Safety 1 Reel 

OutUnes factors essential to safety in modern 
rail travel, the surveyor, construction gang, 
inspection and maintenance departments, the 
train crew, guard, wayside signals, and auto- 
matic train controls. 

3236 Celebration of the Mass 2 Reels 

A picture demonstrating and explaining the 
central act of Catholic worship, made at the 
suggestion and with the approval of His Ex- 

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SECTION I. (k) Miscellaneous (Cont.) 77 

cellency the late Bishop of Rochester, U.S.A. 
Interpretive "visions" are inserted at various 
points to emphasise the significance of the 
Mass. 

3258 Free Schools 2 Reels 

Depicts the American system of free education, 
shows how it adapts itself to the needs of the 
country, and the needs of each individual 
character. 



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78 

SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(a) JUVENILE 

4100 Jerry the Giant 2 Reels 

A waif wanders into the grounds of a circus. 
The ringmaster tries to train him, but he es- 
capes with some of the circus animals. The 
ringmaster pursues them and meets with many 
comic mishaps before he is finall}' defeated. 

4101 Napoleon Junior 2 Reels 

Jerry and a Httle girl go out riding. Becoming 
tired they crawl into a cage, where the}' fall fast 
asleep and are taken on board a ship carrN'ing 
caged animals. Jerry liberates them all, to the 
terror of the passengers, but he comes to the 
rescue and orders all the animals back to their 
cages. 

4104 Follow the Leader 2 Reels 

Little Johnny, with the assistance of "Wilbur" 
the monkey, the dogs, the goat, the bear and 
other animals, runs a farm. The ability of the 
children and the animals in the cast makes this 
a thoroughl}' interesting picture. 

4122 The Elephant's Elbows 2 Reels 

A small menagerie is left in the care of the 
proprietor's son. The boy gets a job at a petrol 
service-station in order to escape from the 
bailiffs, and enlists all the menagerie animals 
as assistants. 

4131 The Wooden Soldier 1 Reel 

An old toy-maker falls asleep at his task and 
dreams that all his toys come to life. The httle 
wooden soldier proves himself a hero by brave- 
ly defending a little dancing doll who has been 
been frightened by a gorilla. 

4132 The Prodigal Pup 1 Reel 

Oscar is told to look after his doggy brothers 
while mother goes out for the day. But Oscar 
wants to see the world, so directly his mother 
has gone he sets out. He gets into mischief 
and in the end is punished for leaving his 
brothers and sisters. 

4133 Babes in the Wood 4 Reels 

The exciting adventures of the children whose 
stepmother and uncle plot their deaths in order 

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SECTION 2. Comedy— (a) Juvenile (Cont.) 79 

to obtain possession of the fortune left by their 
father. 

4134 Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp 4 Reels 

Grown-ups will tind this picture a novel oppor- 
tunity to introduce their children to the fasci- 
nating story of the pantomime. 

4135 More Adventures of Aladdin 2 Reels 

More plots to steal the lamp from Aladdin. The 
plotters succeed in abducting the Princess, but 
Aladdin is soon on the track and all ends 
happily. 

4136 Jack and the Beanstalk 4 Reels 

The familiar fairy tale of Jack and his magic 
beans that grew in a night to reach the giant's 
castle in the sky. Performed principally by 
children. 

4137 AM Baba and the Forty Thieves 3 Reels 

The well-known story that is called to mind by 
the words "Open Sesame" ; performed mainly 
by children. 

4204 North of 50-50 1 Reel 

Featuring an All-Animal Cast 
A cabin in the woods shelters the villain, 
brother of a girl loved by one of the North-West 
Mounted Police. 'When presented by these 
clever animals — monkeys, goats, dogs, chickens 
and ducks — this old story makes a reel full of 
entertainment. 

4205 Handle 'Em Rough 1 Reel 

Featuring an All-Animal Cast 
The entertainment and charm of this him lie in 
the ingenious performance of its animal actors. 
The countrj^ boy is held up and the bank's 
money is taken from him. With the aid of an 
automobile and an aeroplane, the robbers are 
caught, the money returned safely to the bank, 
and the messenger is vindicated. 

4506 Grief in Baghdad 1 Reel 

Acted by chimpanzees. This story is a parody 
of Douglas Fairbanks' thrilling screen fairy tale 
"The Thief of Baghdad." The winged horse, 
the magic carpet, the hair-breadth escapes — 
they are all in this film, as they were in the 
original. 

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80 SECTION 2. Comedy— (a) Juvenile (Cont.) 

4615 Little Red Riding Hood 2 Reels 

The well-known storj- made into an attractive 
film suitable for young children. 

4803 Sally's Day Out 2 Reels 

Cherry Kearton, the famous naturalist, pro- 
duced this delightful film, of which a chimpan- 
zee is the heroine. She is a fine film star, and 
intimate glimpses of bird and animal life which 
she gets on her rambles will make the picture a 
favourite with Nature lovers. 

4804 "Mary, Mary" 2 Reels 

More monkey tricks under the direction of 
Cherry Kearton. 



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81 



SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(b) "OUR GANG" 

The principal parts in these films are taken by a set of mischievous 
but ingenious children, the fat boy Joe, the little black boy Farina, 
being two of the principals. These comedies are wholehearted 
slapstick fun, and the children's antics will raise a laugh anywhere. 

4102 Captain Kidd's Kittens 2 Reels 

The 'gang' decide to have a Noah's Ark of their 
own. Each member brings a suitable animal, 
but as real lions and tigers are scarce they make 
some amusing substitutes. The last member 
brings aboard a skunk, which causes a hastj^ 
evacuation of the ark. 

4103 Wild Puppies 2 Reels 

The gang, annoyed by the older and rougher 
members of another gang, declare war. They 
dig trenches and employ tanks, aeroplanes, 
dirigibles, battering rams, mines and barrages. 
One of the most hilarious "wars" ever fought. 

4121 Bear Knees 2 Reels 

Their one-bear-power roundabout is a great 
success until it is invaded by a number of bank 
robbers, who, needless to say, get the worst of it 
in the long run. 

4201 Bo/s Will Be Joys 2 Reels 

The gang has constructed a complete amuse- 
ment park on some vacant land owned by a 
large corporation. When told by the surveyors 
that it must all be taken down, the gang appeals 
to the president. 

4206 Buried Treasure 2 Reels 

An old sea captain, in jest, gives the Gang a 
chart, part of a real estate circular, showing the 
location of buried treasure. They start out 
in a home-made boat to find it. After a night 
spent on a choppy sea, they disembark some- 
what the worse for the trip. The}' find a 
treasure chest buried on the location of a 
motion picture compan3-'s jungle set. 

4209 Dogs' Days 1 Reel 

Mary is a little society girl. While out riding 
with her father one day, her horse bolts, and just 
in the nick of time she is saved by "Our Gang." 
Mary invites them to her birthday party. The 
children's behavioiir is hardly 'drawing-room' ! 

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82 SECTION 2. Comedy— (b) "Our Gang" (Cont.) 

4210 Tired Business Man 2 Reels 

The gang have a club of their own. Joe isn't 
a member but wants to join. The gang agree ; 
but he must first be initiated. The unfortu- 
nate Joe is put well through the mill, but he 
succeeds in getting his own back on the rest 
of the gang. 

4215 The Fourth Alarm 2 Reels 

"Our Gang" this time have their own Fire 
Station, given to them through the chief of the 
Fire Brigade. This leads to many funny inci- 
dents, but after a great effort, they manage to 
become the heroes of a very big fire. 

4216 Monkey Business 1 Reel 

In this film "Our Gang" are supported by a 
clever monkey. They decide to start a show 
with the monke}^ as the outstanding feature, 
but to their horror he escapes. 

4217 Shivering Spooks 2 Reels 

The gang have a secret hut which leads into a 
spiritualist's house, which they invade, and 
which is specially 'haunted' to frighten them. 
They are dul}' scared but get the best of it in the 
end. 

4226 Fire Fighters 2 Reels 
The activities of some bootleggers who arc 
operating a still are discovered by the Gang, 

who realise that the still will make a great fire 
engine — which they proceed to construct and 
operate, finally bringing the law \'iolators to 
justice. 

4227 Ten Years Old 2 Reels 

Unknowingly, Jackie, a spoiled son of the rich, 
enters into competition with Joe, a poor bo\-, 
b}' inviting the Gang to his birthday party. 
Joe sets out to wreak vengeance, and things 
certainl}- move rapidly from then on. 

4228 Young Sherlocks 2 Reels 

Featuring what is thought to be history's lu'st 
and only prospectors' journey by mule and 
sidecar. ICrnic and little Farina ])lay the main 
roles and cause the Gang no little consternation 
with a wild tale tliat proves to be a hoax. 

4229 Love My Dog 2 Reels 

Dcjg catchers break uj) i\\v ( .ang's elaborate 
preparations for a dog show. Subterfuges are 
of no a\'ail, and the Gang is forced to race 

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SECTION 1. Comedy-(b) "Our Gang** (font.) 83 

against time to raise the necessary cash to save 
the life of Farina's dog. You can imagine 
the fun ! 

4230 Mysterious Mystery 2 Reels 
The kids set out to solve a kidnapping and 

rescue the victim. A police detective falls into 
their trap and is "given the works." A rip- 
roaring chase sequence with auto and airplane 
brings this exciting tale to a close. 

4231 Seeing the World 2 Reels 
The Gang enjoys a tour of Naples, Pompeii, 
Vesuvius, Rome, London and Paris — person- 
ally conducted by Teacher Jimmy Mnlayson. 

It all seems like a nightmare to Jimmj' — and 
that's just what it is revealed to be at the end. 

4232 No Noise 2 Reels 
There's bedlam in the hospital when the Gang 

journey's there to inquire for an ailing member. 
It doesn't cease until the playful urchins are 
routed by doctors and nurses armed with saws, 
cleavers, knives, etc. All in fun -but so)>ii' 
fun. 

4531 The Channpeen 2 Reels 
A policeman interrupting Ernie in the act of 

stealing some apples from a dealer's stand, 
pictures for him the dire penalties of such 
practices, and tells him he must pay the dealer 
for the apples taken. In order to raise the 
money he promotes a prize fight. 

4532 Official Officers 2 Reels 

The gang, after an effort to play in a crowded 
thoroughfare, divert the traffic by putting up 
a "Street Closed" sign. Troubles appear in the 
form of an unfriendly policeman and a rival 
gang. 

4533 It's a Bear 2 Reels 

The gang, out for bear with their lariats, 
arrows and gun. The bear hunt takes them 
through a farmyard out into the open fields 
and woods. At the end it is difficult to tell 
whether the gang or the bear is being hunted. 

4535 One Wild Ride 2 Reels 

Two members of the gang start in the taxi 
business by plying for hire with a horse pushing 
a car. The owner of the horse takes him away, 
so they ask for a tow up the hill and then coast 
down. Traffic is completely disrupted by the 
hair-raising chase. 

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84 SECTION 2. Comedy^(b) "Our Gang" (Cont.) 

4544 New York 2 Reels 

Arriving in New York in a freight car, in which 
they had accidentally been shut, the 'gang' sets 
out to see the city, which they start to 'set on 
fire.' Through an alarm sent out by the police 
they are recognised and taken home. 

4548 Shootin' Injuns 2 Reels 

The 'gang' in their headquarters make plans for 
an expedition to shoot Indians. They start off 
in an old horse-drawn wagon at night and are 
soon overtaken by a thunderstorm. Frightened 
and wet, they take shelter in a "Mystery House" 
designed for use in amusement parks. 

4553 High Society 2 Reels 

Mickey's wealthy Aunt Kate legally adopts 
him, so he leaves his Uncle Pat and the 'gang', 
and moves into elegant surroundings. The 
storj' comes to a great cUmax when Uncle Pat 
pays a visit with the 'gang,' during Aunt 
Kate's absence. 

4575 Every Man for Himself 2 Reels 

The gang practises a mild form of racketeering 
upon the general public to stir up business for 
their shoe-shining stand — a marvel of juvenile 
ingenuity. 



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85 

SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(c) "SNOOKY" THE MONKEY 

"Snooky" is an intelligent chimpanzee, and is usually supported 
by a considerable cast of other animals, in particular a dog who 
sometimes 'steals the picture.' These creatures show just what 
patience and kindness can do in training animals. All these films 
are especiall}' suitable for children. 

4083 Just in Time 2 Reels 

"Snooky" is in turn chauffeur, dog stealer, fruit 
stealer and frustrator of kidnappers in this 
juvenile comedy. 

4084 Four Times Foiled 2 Reels 

A three-year old baby is kidnapped but the kid- 
nappers are foiled by "Snooky" supported by his 
equally intelligent animal friends. 

4085 You'll Be Surprised 2 Reels 

The plot involves the attempted theft of funds 
in the possession of the station agent and the 
frustation of the robbers' plans by "Snooky." 

4124 Ladies' Pets 2 Reels 

"Snooky" at his clever tricks again, ably sup- 
ported by a crowd of dogs. 

4125 The One Best Pet 2 Reels 

"Snooky" shows his paces as draughts player, 
nursemaid and heroic rescuer. Suitable for 
children. 

4126 Read/ to Serve 2 Reels 

Here "Snooky," is a farm hand. He milks the 
cow and lets the ducks swim in the milk, 
collects the eggs and eats them. He also 
chops wood, and rescues the baby from a fire. 

4127 The Big Show 2 Reels 

In this picture the children run a circus. The 
baby, after Hfting two "500-lb" weights, pre- 
viously lifted laboriously by the Strong Man, 
loses interest and wanders away into trouble. 
"Snooky" saves the day by outwitting the 
villain. 

4128 "Snooky's" Fresh Heir 2 Reels 

This is a day in the life of the henpecked head 
of the simian family. He is fully employed in 
keeping his offspring out of trouble. 

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8(S SECTION 2. (c) "Snooky" the Monkey (Cont.) 

4129 An Overall Hero 2 Reels 

"Snooky" does his good turn by winning money 
for an old couple by backing a horse. When he 
releases a hon from its cage at the Zoo, he causes 
great excitement. 

4130 A Tray Full of Trouble 2 Reels 

Never have children been so beset by adversity 
as are the two in this picture. And never have 
children had a more loyal champion than the 
talented chimpanzee, who triumphs over the 
villains in a thoroughl}^ effective way. 



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87 

SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(d) "COLLEGIANS" SERIES 

The 'Collegians' series is a set of tilms about American Co- 
educational College life, at the mythical University of Calford, 
which are remarkable principally for their sports scenes, always 
exciting and well filmed. The main characters are Ed. Benson 
(George Lewis) the hero ; June (his girl friend, also a great athlete) ; 
'Doc' Webster (his learned young friend) ; Trent (his unsporting 
and conceited rival) ; and the College athletic coach, Jones. 

The following are the film numbers : 

4812 Calford in the Movies 2 Reels 

Adventures on holiday near a film set, culmina- 
ting in the rescue of June from an explosion. 

4813 Cross Country Run 2 Reels 

The inter-class Motor Race, just won by Benson 
through a discovery of 'Doc' Webster. 

4814 Calford v. Redskins 2 Reels 

Before the athletic meeting with Calford, the 
Red Indian University supporters kidnap 
Benson. June comes to the rescue. 

4836 The Rivals 2 Reels 

Athletic activities by the ladies of Calford in the 
form of basketball (netball), previous to which 
June has a ht of jealousy and refuses to play. 

4841 Fighting Spirit 2 Reels 

Trent determines to get Benson expelled for 
hghting, but has the tables turned on him in a 
boxing match ordered by authority. 

4842 Breaking Records 2 Reels 

End of session sports at Calford, with racing 
and pole-jumping as the principal attractions, 
and a healing of the breach between Trent and 
Benson for the time being. 

4844 Around the Bases 2 Reels 

Baseball against Velmar, nearly lost for Calford 
owing to Trent's elimination of Benson until the 
last innings of each side, when Benson returns 
to the field. 

4845 Running Wild 2 Reels 

Old Home Week at Calford, when the disting- 
uished ex-students come down to be enter- 
tained. A motor race forms the climax of the 
celebrations and is just won by Benson after a 
great race. 

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88 SECTION 2. Comedy- (d) "Collegians" Series (Cont.) 

4847 The Last Lap 2 Reels 

The interclass cross country race is the subject 
of this film. Benson nearly- fails to start, but 
helped by June, he arrives at the line, and goes 
on to win. 
4849 Splashing Through 2 Reels 

Benson has to aquaplane to the swimming 
match against Midvale owing to a sheriff's 
restraint of him after a 'rag.' 

4854 Dear Old Calford 2 Reels 

Calford receives a new president who announces 
that all athletics must c^ase, only to discover in 
a thrilling way that they have their uses. 

4856 On Guard 2 Reels 

Calford play Midvale at ice-hockey and win in 
spite of dirty work by some of the Midvale boys. 

4858 Fighting for Victory 2 Reels 

Calford meet Midvale in the boxing ring, and 
win, though once more there is an attempt to 
undermine the Calford morale by the less 
sporting element of Midvale. 

4877 Junior Luck 2 Reels 

Rivalry in the interclass skijoring, with the 
Seniors doping the Juniors' horse and Benson 
winning for the latter b}' making their aged 
substitute bolt. 

4880 Speeding Youth 2 Reels 

Motor cycle racing between Juniors and Seniors 
in which Benson's cycle is fitted by Trent with 
rubber handlebars. 

4883 Paddling Co-eds. 2 Reels 

Before the interclass canoe race, Trent tries to 
split up the team of June and Ed Benson who 
are favourites and his rivals. With the uncon- 
scious aid of a blonde, he nearly succeeds. 

4884 The Junior Year 2 Reels 
Rivalry and a 'rag' between the two classes at 

the beginning of a new session. 

4885 The Relay 2 Reels 

Inter-class sports just won by the first 3'ear 
students after the girls' relay has been won by 
June. This is followed by a dance which be- 
comes a free fight. 

4896 Splash Mates 2 Reels 

Trent tries to stop Benson competing in the 
outboard motor boat race, but fails, and is 
subsequently defeated. 

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89 

SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(d) SPORTING YOUTH SERIES 

A series of films about the young people of a small town named 
Oakdale, and, in particular, about the escapades of Judy, a pretty 
girl with plenty of pluck but with the wildest of ideas. She is 
aided and abetted by Tod, but nearly always has to be rescued by 
Bert, a level-headed boy who is really fond of her. In support there 
are a plump j'outh named Cudgie and his girl Fay, Judy's very 
scatterbrained friend. The films all contain clever ideas and are 
well presented, most of them containing a thrill as well as plenty of 
fun. 

4815 Live Ghosts 2 Reels 

Fay dares Judy to burgle a haunted house, and 
she does so, accompanied by Fay and Cudgie. 
A mj'sterious man enters also, and pursues 
Judy over the roof till Bert comes to the 
rescue. 

4816 Footllght Follies 2 Reels 

Jud}^ gets up some theatricals, in which Cudgie 
distinguishes himself as several different char- 
acters, and which comes to an abrupt finish 
when the property gunpowder barrel is found 
to be full of real gunpowder. 

4817 Hallow'een 2 Reels 

Judy's fancy dress for the Hallow'een party is 
to be that of a gipsy, and she goes to a gipsy 
camp to get it. Bert goes after her, but brings 
back the wrong girl in the dark, and is pursued 
by her Romany lover, vowing vengeance. 

4818 Lady of Lions 2 Reels 

Judy tries her hand at lion taming at the circus 
fairly successfully till she lets the lion out. 
Then Bert has to come to the rescue. 

4838 Hi Jack and the Game 2 Reels 

A kidnapper escaping from justice seems to 
Judy fair game, and after many comic mishaps, 
she succeeds in capturing him — with a little 
help. 

4839 Arabian Daze 2 Reels 

Planning a fancy dress ball, Judy finds a slave 
girl's dress, and, faUing asleep, dreams that 
she and her friends are in Arabia. 

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90 SECTION 2. (d) "Sporting Youth" Series (Cont.) 

4840 School Mates 2 Reels 

The gang contrive an elaborate initiation cere- 
mony to mark Cudgie's entrance into the club. 
Judy is curious, and in her attempt to find out 
their plans, she captures a burglar. 

4859 A Royal Fourflush 2 Reels 

When an Eastern Prince visits Oakdale, his 
famous ruby is stolen. The gang manage to 
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91 
SECTION 2~COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(e) CHARLIE CHAPLIN 

The little moustache, the out-turned toes, the cane and the 
bowler that are Charlie's chief 'props' are known all over the 
world ; and even to-day when his pictures are few and far between, 
he is still in the front rank of fihn personalities. These comedies 
contain some of his best and greatest work ; all are compact master- 
pieces of fun. 

4021 The Adventurer 2 Reels 
Charlie, as an escaped convict, eludes half-a 

dozen guards attempting his re-capture. He is 
being entertained by a young lady whom he 
has rescued from drowning, when he is recog- 
nised. The police give chase, only to be out- 
witted by Charhe's elusive tactics. 

4022 The Pawnshop 2 Reels 

Charlie is a clerk in a pawnshop. He is con- 
stantly in trouble, but fate makes a hero of him 
and wins for him the esteem of the pawnbroker 
and the love of his daughter. 

4023 The Floorwalker 2 Reels 

Depicts Charlie's experiences in a department 
store, with some fun on the escalator. 

4024 Easy Street 2 Reels 

Charlie has reformed. He joins the police 
force and is assigned to Easy Street. He over- 
comes the leader of the ruffians and so wins the 
girl mission-worker who has helped to reform 
him. One of his funniest films. 

4025 The Immigrant 2 Reels 

Charlie is a steerage passenger on an immigrant 
ship. On arrival in the so-called "Land of 
Liberty," he unexpectedly meets his sweet- 
heart. 

4076 The Vagabond 2 Reels 

Charlie, a vagabond fiddler, saves a young girl 
who is being ill-treated by gypsies. She is 
identified and claimed by her wealthy mother. 
Chariie accompanies her home. Typical Chap- 
lin mixture of humour and pathos. 

4077 The Fireman 2 Reels 

Charlie is always late for fire drill. Many 
hilariously funny scenes, in which Charlie and 
the other firemen respond to fire calls. Charhe 
effects a rescue and is proclaimed a hero. 

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92 SECTION 2. Comedy— (e) Charlie Chaplin (Cont.) 

4078 One A.M. 1 Reel 

Charlie "celebrating." His efforts to pay the 
taxi-driver and his experiences with a revolving 
table, a double stairway and a folding bed, are 
highly amusing. 

4079 The Count 1 Reel 

Charlie introduces himself at a party as "The 
Count." Some screamingly funnj^ situations 
develop, which require much clever footwork on 
CharHe!s part in eluding his pursuers after the 
real Count arrives. 

4080 The Cure 2 Reels 

Charlie, as an inebriate, is sent to a sanatorium 
to be cured. His experiences there are extremely 
funnj'. 

4081 The Rink 2 Reels 

Charlie is employed as a waiter, and nearly ruins 
his employer's business. During his lunch-hour 
he goes to a skating-rink and causes such a 
disturbance that they attempt to throw him out. 
Charlie eludes all his pursuers and makes good 
his escape. 

4082 Behind the Screen 2 Reels 

Charlie is an overworked assistant in a 'movie' 
studio. Nevertheless, he does his work cheer- 
fully. 

4095 A Night at the Show 2 Reels 

This, one of Charlie's earliest films, is remark- 
able for the amount of clowning it contains. 
He takes two parts, one in the stalls and the 
other in the gallery, and "guys" the show. 

4096 Shanghaied 1 Reel 

Charlie is shanghaied by a sailors' boarding 
house proprietor and the bullying mate of the 
sailing vessel. Amusing incidents occur when 
he serves the meals on board. 

4097 The Bank 2 Reels 

Charlie as a commissionaire in a bank is con- 
tinually in difficulty. But in a spectacular 
attempt to rob the bank he becomes a hero — 
and saves a typist, with whom he is in love. 

4098 The Channpion 2 Reels 

Charlie is being tried out as a boxer and as his 
turn draws near he slips a horse-shoe into his 
boxing glove. He knocks his opponent out and 
is proclaimed a hero. 

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SECTION 2. Comedy— (e) Charlie Chaplin (Cont.) 93 

4219 Police 2 Reels 

Released from gaol Charlie starts life afresh — 
by being robbed of his last dollar. He is a 
magnet for trouble as usual, but treats all fate's 
rebuffs with impudent optimism. He gets in- 
volved in a burglary, but after various adven- 
tures suceeds in extricating himself. The final 
scene, however, shows a policeman in pursuit as 
usual ; for though he is never wicked there is 
no rest for the little tramp. 

4220 Burlesque of "Carmen" 3 Reels 

This famous story of Spanish smugglers gives 
Charlie every opportunity of displaying his 
genius for burlesque. He caricatures the 
swaggering gallantry of Don Jose, but preserves 
the Chaplin essentials — splay feet and ill-fitting 
garments. Charlie is supported by a cast of 
ruffians, matadors and soldiers, not to mention 
the glamorous "Carmen" herself. 

4221 Work 2 Reels 

Charlie, the hard-driven assistant of a painter 
and paperhanger, makes the best of his oppor- 
tunities in wielding his paint and paste brushes. 
From the beginning of the picture, where we see 
him taking the place of a draft animal, to the 
end, there follows one riotous scene after 
another. 

4222 A Night Out 2 Reels 

A gentleman in his own estimation, Charlie 
wanders from one embarrassing situation to 
another in a social whirl, on his night out. 
His encounters with cross-eyed Ben Turpin 
in the restaurant and elsewhere will excite 
roars of laughter from all Chaplin fans. 

4223 In the Park 1 Reel 

In addition to making himself a nuisance to 
several amorous couples, in his own amusing 
way, Charlie becomes involved in the theft of 
a lady's pocket book. Nothing but embarrass- 
ment seems to follow it as it goes from hand to 
hand, until it is restored to its rightful owner. 
Charlie finally makes his escape, but only after 
three others come to grief in the park lagoon. 

4224 The Tramp 2 Reels 

In the role of a tramp, Charlie rescues a farmer's 
daughter who is carrying a large sum of money. 
In turn he is befriended by her father, who puts 

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94 SECTION 2. Comedy (e) Charlie Chaplin (Cont.) 

him to work on the iarm. As a lurm hand, he 
leaves a lot to be desired, though his antics 
keep the audience in stitches. Just as he 
thinks he has made enough headway with the 
daughter of the house to propose to her, her 
faxourod admirer appears — and Charhc makes 
one of his famous pathetic exits. 

4225 Triple Trouble 2 Reels 

Charlie, a menial in the home of Colonel Nutt, 
keeps the other servants, as well as the audience, 
in an uproar. The Colonel has developed a 
powerful "wireless" explosive, for which the 
representatives of a foreign power try to acquire 
the formula. Having failed by fair means, 
the}' resort to foul, b}' engaging a crook to steal 
it. Policemen of the tj'pical comedy type, who 
have gone to the house to prevent the theft, 
surprised bj- the crook's entrance, become the 
pursued and a dizzy chase through the house 
follows, ending with the premature eruption 
of the explosive. 



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95 



SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(f) HAROLD LLOYD 

Few people would fail to answer correctly if asked "Who is the 
film comedian who wears horn rimmed spectacles ? ' Here is a fun 
maker who, like Chaplin, has held his fame and reputation from the 
early days. In these one and two reel 'shorts' he made his name, 
and for ingenious slapstick they are unsurpassed. 

4171 From Hand to Mouth 2 Reels 

The characters are a boy, a girl, a baby girl, a 
dog, plenty of policemen and an assortment of 
crooks. With these ingredients you may 
imagine that Harold Lloyd produces plenty 
of fun. 

4172 Haunted Spooks 1 Reel 

The girl (Mildred Davis) inherits an estate 
provided that she and her husband Uve for not 
less than one year in the ancestral home. 
Harold Lloyd has an unfortunate love affair 
and after ineffective efforts with a pistol, he 
meets the girl and some "spooks" — but Harold 
has his own way of dealing with ghosts. 

4173 Just Neighbours 1 Reel 

Harold and his neighbour are quite happy until 
the girl's chickens start scratching in his 
garden and spoiling his flower-beds. Then 
Harold does not appear to be quite so friendly. 
Circumstances reconcile him with his pretty 
neighbour. 

4174 All Aboard 1 Reel 

Harold is not regarded by his girl's parents as 
a suitable husband for their daughter. The}' 
decide to take her to Bermuda in order to stop 
the courtship. Harold hides in a trunk and 
is taken on board. 

4175 Spring Fever 1 Reel 

Harold, a clerk, has "spring fever" germs and 
decides that he can't work any more. He 
seeks the sun and causes much excitement in 
the park, being chased by a furious crowd 
whom he most comically eludes with the aid of 
a girl. 

4176 I Do 2 Reels 

Harold, newly married, has obliged his brother- 
in-law by taking care of his two children. One 

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96 SECTION 2. Comedy— (f) Harold Lloyd (Cont.) 

is a niiscliievous boy, the other a baby. 
Harold leads an awful life and is tormented all 
the time they are with him. 

4177 Captain KIdd's Kids 2 Reels 

It is Harold's wedding day, but because of his 
gay bachelor party the previous night, the 
future mother-in-law breaks it off and takes her 
daughter to the Canary Islands. Harold fol- 
lows and whilst on board he dreams that he is 
captured by a girls' pirate ship ; then the fun 
begins in earnest. 

4178 Never Weaken 2 Reels 

His fiance is secretary to a doctor and is 
discharged because of poor business. Harold 
sets out to produce the missing patronage so 
that she shall be re-employed. 



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DO YOU LIKE 
MONKEYS? then 
you'll enjoy a number 
of amusing and interest- 
ing films in which they 
are the brightest stars. 
(See Sections If, 2a, 
and 2 c.) 




CHARLIE CHAP- 
LIN as a waiter in "The 
Rink". Here's a'comic' 
who deserves a section 
to himself, and gets it. 
(See Section 2 a.) 




HAROLD LLOYDon 

the spot ! — but all 
"Captain Kidd's Kids" 
can't discourage this 
popular comedian, and 
he appears in several 
other films listed. (See 
Section 2 f.) 




r 





•' NEVER WEAKEN " is the apt title for 
a film In which Harold Lloyd has this sort of 
experience. (See Section 2 f.) 



STAN LAUREL and OLLY HARDY 

in person are at their funniest in such 
"Kodascope" Library Films as "Love 'em and 
Weep" and "With Love and Hisses". (See 
Section 2 g.) 




"SHOULD TALL MEN MARRY?" 

Stan Laurel, aided and abetted by James 
Finlayson, answers that question to the best 
of his considerable ability. (See Section 2 g.) 




LAUREL has reason to look apprehensively 
at his helpmate Chester Conklin. To fmd 
out what's going on see "Smithy". (See 
Section 2 g.) 




DON'T YOU LIKE this' team's club 
colours ? " Black Oxfords " is a hilarious 
slap-stick comedy that children will revel in. 
(See Section 2 h.) 




POLO as it is not played. For further 
details see "Giddap". (See Section 2ih.) 



97 

SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(g) LAUREL and HARDY 

Here are two more comedians who have won world-wide fame 
for their art. Their fihn characters are distinguished for their 
inane but excruciatingly funny humour. 

4161 Smith/ 1 Reel 

Featuring Stan Laurel 
Stanley, having already distinguished himself 
as a builder, is by accident placed in charge of 
operations — who would live in a house he had 
built ! 

4197 Should Tall Men Marry 7 2 Reels 

Featuring Stan Laurel, James Finlayson 
Rivalry between two suitors, one unwelcome 
and forceful, the other bashful, for a girl's 
hand. The bashful one has the rather doubtful 
help of Stan Laurel, but wins in the end, in 
spite of it. 

4218 Love 'Em and Weep 2 Reels 

Featuring Stan Laurel, James Finlaj^son 
and Oliver Hardy 
The return of his old "flame" to blackmail him 
causes Finlayson some disturbance and he tells 
Laurel to ward her off and keep her out of his 
wife's sight. But did Laurel ever succeed in 
carrying out any orders without making a 
hopeless mess of them ? 

4540 With Love and Hisses 2 Reels 

Featuring Laurel and Hardy 
Private Laurel repeatedly treads on the toes of 
Sergeant Hardy, who in turn offends the 
company commander. Their experiences on 
the train to camp, on parade and on the march 
make this an excellent slapstick comedy. 

4541 Flying Elephants 2 Reels 

Featuring Laurel and Hard}' 
Modern touches lend a fantastic note to this 
Stone Age farce. The King issues a proclam- 
ation that all males of over 13 and under 95 
must marry within 24 hours. Laurel makes 
several fruitless attempts to win a wife, and 
finally starts to fight with Hardy for the 
same girl. 

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98 SECTION 2. Comedy (g) Laurel and Hardy (Cont.) 

4542 Do Detectives Think ? 2 Reels 

Fcatiuini; Lnnrcl ;iiul Hardy 
A judye, throu^di Icar ui an escaped criminal 
wliu has vowed revenge, liires T.aiirel and 
Hardy, world's worst detectives, to look after 
him. See how brave they are — es])eciallj' 
wlien their hats blow into a cemetery ! 

4543 Sailors, Beware ! 2 Reels 

Featuring Laurel and Hardy 
Laurel, a taxi-driver, is accidentally shanghaied 
aboard an ocean liner, on which Llardy solidly 
holds down the job of purser. The Captain 
gives the altcrnatel}' belligerent and lachrymose 
Laurel into the custody of Hardy, whereupon 
things begin to happen. 



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99 



SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(h) SHORT LENGTH COMEDIES ' 

4043 The Whirlwind 1 Reel 

Featuring Joe Rock 
The hero and heroine arc blown by a high 
wind in and out of the scenes through houses, 
over roofs and hnally into each other's arms for 
the marriage ceremony. 

4048 The Fast Male 1 Reel 

Featuring Joe Rock 
Joe arrives to try and speed up the slowest 
'hick town' in the west, and marry the local 
belle into the bargain. He succeeds — the 
wedding taking place on a train roof. 

4107 The Motor Boat Demon 2 Reels 

Featuring Earl Foxe and Virginia Bradford 
Here the indefatigable hero is inveigled, much 
against his will into participating in a motor 
boat race. There are wrecks, collisions, explo- 
sions, sinkings, swimming, everything, in fact, 
that could possibly happen in the wildest 
motor-boat racing. 

4115 Light Wines and Bearded Ladies 2 Reels 

Featuring Gene Cameron, Sally Phipps 
An amusing story of the complications resulting 
from the substitution of a bottle of hair restorer 
for a similar-shaped bottle containing wine. 

4117 Wine, Women and Sauerkraut 2 Reels 

Featuring Nick Stuart and a Bevy of Beauties 
A theatrical troupe have their baggage and 
most of their clothes seized for non-payment of 
their hotel bills. Their adventures, in scanty 
attire, while seeking to escape the sheriff, make 
a very amusing film. 

4118 Gentlemen Prefer Scotch 2 Reels 

Featuring Nick Stuart and Sally Phipps 
A broad slapstick comedy, showing how a father 
told his son what he had done to win his girl 
in the old days in Scotland, in order to spur the 
son on to do the same. 

4138 Knockout Buster 2 Reels 

Featuring Buster Brown and his dog "Tige" 
Buster tries his hand at boxing and subse- 

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100 SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cent.) 

quently at caniping. Much fun in the ring and 
on the farm. 

4139 ' Buster's Bust Up 2 Reels 

Featuring Buster Brown and "Tige" 
Buster as a racing motorist who, while "speed- 
ing," knocks people over and gets into all sorts 
of trouble. 

4140 Hold your Breath 3 Reels 

Featuring Dorothy Devore 
The principal features in this burlesque are the 
thrills and laughs caused by the heroine when 
she is chasing a monkey which is cHmbing up 
the outside of a skyscraper. Not for very 
nervous audiences, but it wall amuse everyone 
else. 

4143 Newlywed's Pets 1 Reel 

Featuring "Snookums" 
What "Snookums" can do in an office is amaz- 
ing. Starting with a bottle of ink, he demon- 
strates how far it will go, when used with skill. 
Then he tackles a bottle of glue, a type-writer 
and an electric fan, with devastating results. 

4145 The Ropin' Fool 2 Reels 

Featuring Will Rogers and Irene Rich 
The inimitable Will got a job because of his 
skill with the lariat. In "Ropin' Fool" he 
lassoes everything, from a long-horned steer 
to a mouse. 

4146 Jubilo Jnr. 2 Reels 

Featuring Will Rogers and His Rascals 
Will takes us back to his childhood days and 
relates his mischievous adventures. Some 
hilarious situations and lots of fun for the 
youngsters. 

4147 Two Wagons, Both Covered 2 Reels 

Featuring Will Rogers 
Will takes two parts in this film of pioneering 
days, "when women did the work and men 
went down in historj'." 

4148 Don't Park There 2 Reels 

Featuring Will Rogers 
Will, a life-long cow-puncher, goes to town for a 
bottle of horse liniment, only to find that horses 
have been totally superseded by automobiles. 

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SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 101 

4150 Boobs in the Wood 2 Reels 

Featuring Harry Langdon 
Harry on a lumber camp creates a film full of 
hilarious situations. 

4152 Saturday Afternoon 2 Reels 

Featuring Harry Langdon 
The henpecked husband suddenly emulates the 
worm and turns, and many hilarious events 
occur before he is subdued again. 

4153 All Night Long 2 Reels 

Featuring Harry Langdon 
Harry renews acquaintance with his former 
sergeant and rival for his wife's hand, when he 
finds him burgling a theatre. Much fun, in the 
War and after. 

4154 His First "Flame" 3 Reels 

Featuring Harry Langdon 
On leaving college Harry wants to marry Ethel, 
but his uncle forbids it. as Ethel only loves 
Harry for his money. Harry's uncle is a fire- 
man and, rescuing Ethel from a fire, immedi- 
ately falls in love with her. Harry is broken- 
hearted, but is eventually able to console 
himself with Ethel's sister. 

4165 Don't Tell Everything 2 Reels 

Featuring Max Davidson 
Max marries a wealthy widow, but she does 
not tell him she has a son, who has already been 
a perpetual nuisance to him. He also has a son 
of whom the widow knows nothing. Max's 
son comes to the flat dressed as a girl. Many 
comphcations and hilarious scenes follow. 

4166 Flaming Fathers 2 Reels 

Featuring Max Davidson 
This film deals with the unsuccessful attempts 
of a well-meaning father to prevent his daugh- 
ter's elopement. Concealed in the "dickie" seat 
of the lover's car, he is carried off to the beach. 
Trouble upon trouble develops for poor Max. 

4167 The Golf Nut 1 Reel 

Featuring Billy Bevan, Vernon Dent 
Billy is invited to the local golf club, where he 
tries to air his knowledge of the game, of which, 
in reality, he knows nothing at all. 

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102 SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 

4168 The Bull Fighter 2 Reels 

Featuring 15ill\' Be\aii and luldie Ouillan 
Madeline's guardian insists on her marrjdng his 
son Eddie, neither of whom has seen the other. 
Slie runs away in the clothes of a scarecrow. 
In this attire she joins two tramps, Eddie and 
Billy, and they are all entertained by some 
lady picnickers. Billy's skill— or lack of it — 
as a bullfighter will amuse any audience. 

4170 Circus Time 2 Reels 

Featuring Smitty and his Pals, and Billy 

Bevan 

Smitty, disheartened at not seeing the circus, 

declares he will have one of his own. He does 

.so, with real animals which are not invited. 

4180 The New Aunt 2 Reels 

Featuring Mary Ann Jackson, Ruth Hiatt 
The Smiths are invited to visit Uncle Andy, as 
he has a big surprise in store for them. The 
commotion caused in preparing for their visit is 
extraordinarily funny. Tliey eventually arrive 
at the farm to lind that the surprise is Uncle 
And5-'s new bride — and what a bride ! 

4181 The Burglar 2 Reels 

Featuring Mary Ann Jackson 
Mr. Smith is taken by a cracksman for a rival 
burglar, and is forced to burgle his own house 
and tie up his wife. His little daughter saves 
. the situation after a long struggle with a rifle 
trigger which she cannot pull. 

4182 Shore Shy 2 Reels 

Featuring Billy Uooley 
Billy is "the pride of the Navy," and of his 
family. Learning that he is coming home on 
leave, they plan a pleasant surprise b\' trans- 
forming their home, their car and themselves, 
into the most amusing "seagoing" outfit that 
ever astonished a sailor's eye. 

4184 Broken China 2 Reels 

Featuring Bobby Vernon 
Bobby is refused Betty Brown's hand simply 
because he is not eligible for the Police Force ; 
the Brown family are all policemen. There is 
a fancj' dress ball, and Bobby, thinking to please 
Mr. Brown, goes as a policeman. Unfortu- 
nately, the police raid Chinatown and Bobby 
goes along with them. 

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SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 103 

4185 Wireless Lizzie 1 Reel 

Featuring Walter Hiers 
Walter runs liis soda fountain by wireless ; 
but he has a rival who is out to ruin him, and 
to win his girl. Walter has also invented a 
radio-controlled motor-car, in which he intends 
to elope with the girl. But the rival steals the 
wireless set ; then the trouble starts. 

4186 A Misfit Sailor 2 Reels 

Featuring Billy Dooley 
Billy is sent by his captain to take a monkey, 
that is a little wild, together with a letter, to the 
Captain's niece. Billy's rival substitutes a 
brick for the monke}^ and himself takes the 
monkey to the Captain's niece. When Billj^ 
arrives the letter is misunderstood and every- 
one thinks he is mad. Then the fun works up 
to a cHmax. 

4187 Oh, What a Kick ! 1 Reel 

Featuring Slim Summerville and his Mule 
Adventures of Slim and Fanny in the war, with 
Fanny 'doing her bit' with the best. 

4188 Matchmaking Mamma 2 Reels 

Featuring Carole Lombard, Sally Filers, 
Johnny Burke and the Mack Sennett Girls 
Step-mamma's plans to stop Sally marrying a 
wealthy "socialite" whom she wants for her 
own daughter go all astray. Poor papa gets the 
blame — not undeservedly ; and step-mamma 
seeks vengeance. 

4189 The Girl from Everywhere 2 Reels 

Featuring Daphne Pollard, Carole Lombard 
and the Mack Sennett Girls 
An overworked motion picture director is 
driven nearly to distraction b^^ a newly-im- 
ported European star, and her insatiable 
appetite. Any amount of amusement is 
furnished by her efforts to obtain and consume 
the "delicacies" which are served on the set. 

4190 The Campus Carmen 2 Reels 

Featuring Daphne Pollard, Johnny Burke, 
Carole Lombard and the Sennett Girls 
The schoolgirls' production of "Carmen," given 
by force of circumstances in a strange hall, 
undergoes the direst misadventures, which, if 
they embarrass the actresses, at least amuse 
the audience. 

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104 SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 

4191 Campus Vamp 2 Reels 

Featuring Carole Lombard, Salh' Eilers, 
and the Sennett Girls 
Comic scenes at an American college, mainly 
concerned with efforts by a vamp to lure a boy 
away from his girl, which are fnistrated most 
ingeniously by a chambermaid. 

4192 Love and First Flight 2 Reels 

Featuring Daphne Pollard and the Mack 
Sennett Girls 
Two aviators jump out of their 'plane, one with 
and the other without his parachute, to rescue 
some of the girls of the De Luxe Dancing 
School from a sinking ship. The lucky airmen, 
heroes of the hour, are entertained by the 
young ladies at a garden party. 

4193 Off His Trolley 1 Reel 

Featuring Ralph Graves, Alice Day, 
Billy Bevan 
Ralph, a trarn conductor, posing as a railway 
magnate, tries to keep up with the pace set by 
a night club dancer. In the end he is very glad 
to get back on his tram again and continue his 
romance with Ahce, that had been so rudely 
interrupted. 

4194 The Lion and the Souse 1 Reel 

Featuring Vernon Dent, Andy Clyde and 
Sid Smith 
Mrs. Van Hoosit, who has the desire but not 
the ability to become a film star, engages 
director, cameramen, assistants and others to 
film one of her scenarios. She takes the lead 
as a dancer. 

4195 Black Oxfords 2 Reels 

Featuring Sid Smith, Vernon Dent and 
Marceline Day 
The village Shylock threatens to foreclose if a 
heavy payment is not made on the farm mort- 
gage. Mother and Sis wish that Sid might 
come home to help in their difficulty. Sid, 
escaping from prison, arrives home, and with 
some luck enters a horse race, in which he wins 
a valuable purse. Hilarious burlesque. 

4196 Lizzies of the Field 1 Reel 

Featuring Billy Bevan, Andy Clyde and 

Sid Smith 

Rival garage proprietors enter a 250-mile road 

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SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 105 

race for a big prize ; the cars, never very 
stable, suffer a good deal as the contestants get 
up to various tricks to win the race. Much fun 
results, with some thrills and a great number 
of smashes. 

4198 The iron Nag 1 Reel 

Featuring Billy Bevan 
"Cyclone," a racehorse, kicks his trainer out 
of the box car when they arrive at their destina- 
tion. Billy comes on the scene just after the 
trainer retires and is mistaken by "Cyclone's " 
new owner for the trainer. 

4199 The Beach Club 2 Reels 

Featuring Billy Bevan and Vernon Dent 
We find Billy, one of the club's bad cases (as 
well as one of those members who are chronic- 
ally in arrears) entertaining some bathing 
beauties. Billy's pranks, one by one, lead to 
such a pass that he has to make a hasty escape 
and ends in the swimming pool. 

4200 The Half-Back of Notre Dame 2 Reels 

Featuring Harry Gribbon, Andy Clyde, 
Madeline Hurlock and Vernon Dent 
A football game of an amusing and novel kind 
forms the main theme of this film. The half- 
back then turns blacksmith and "ground crew" 
for the heroine during a flying holiday and 
rescues her when she loses control of her plane. 

4202 Clunked on the Corner 1 Reel 

Featuring Johnny Burke and Vernon Dent 
A newsboy — Burke — innocently becomes in- 
volved in a jewel robbery. His efforts to quit 
the company of two thieves, and, subsequently, 
the hands of the police, are very entertaining. 

4203 Taxi Spooks 2 Reels 

Featuring Andy Clyde, Jack Cooper and 
Thelma Hill 
Annie and her mother, with the taxi-driver, set 
out to find grandpa's fortune, while Slug Grady 
and some confederates seek the same objective 
by more doubtful methods. The two parties 
meet in an old deserted house, and lively 
comedy follows. 

4207 Giddap 1 Reel 

Featuring Billy Bevan, Andy Clyde and 

Madeline Hurlock 

A comic polo match started at Piping Hot Polo 

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106 SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 

Club, but pursued off the ground, over the 
boundary fence and through the town. Nothing 
stops the "Piping Hots," not even the most 
fantastic events. 

4208 Sea Dog's Taie 1 Reel 

Featuring Vernon Dent, Bilty Be van, 
Madeline Hurlock and Andy Clyde 
An amusing picture, with scenes laid in the 
South Seas. A cannibal chief's daughter 
falls in love with Billy Bevan through his 
picture in a newspaper. Billy, an unwilling 
bridegroom, is snatched by a group of savages 
from the altar. 

4211 Hoboken to Hollywood 2 Reels 

Featuring BiUy Bevan 
The hero sets off to California with his wife and 
mother - in - law. Many amusing incidents 
happen on their way there. The climax 
comes when they are caught in a terrific 
rainstorm. 

4212 A Dozen Socks 1 Reel 

Featuring AHce Day and Danny O'Shea 
A broad slapstick comedy with plenty of wild 
driving, a little love interest, and a comic 
boxing match for the climax. 

4213 Ice Cold Cocos 2 Reels 

Featuring Billy Bevan, Andy Clyde and 
Kewpie Morgan 
Billy Bevan as an "ice man" causes many 
amusing incidents when delivering ice at a flat. 
Later the party visit an ice rink. Broad slap- 
stick comedy. 

4214 Skylarking 1 Reel 

Featuring Harry Gribbon, Kewpie Morgan 
and Alberta Vaughan 
Gribbon has invented a car with a balloon at- 
tachment, which he demonstrates to the wife 
of a jealous traffic cop. As they land, the wife 
faints and Gribbon takes her into a nearby inn, 
where his own v.dfe is dining and where the 
traffic cop also appears. Many complications 
follow. 

4304 Fly-Low Jack and the Game 3 Reels 

Produced by the U.S.A. Community Players. 
A straight forward, simple comedy, with a slight 
conventional love interest and a big thrill. 

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SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 107 

4500 Brother for Sale 2 Reels 

Featuring "Sunny Jim" 
"Sunny Jim" has a baby brother whom he 
cordially dislikes ; his chums tease him because 
he has to take the baby out. So he loses his 
brother purposely. 

4501 His Bachelor Daddies 2 Reels 

Featuring "Sunny Jim" 
Sunny Jim has been left in the care of his uncle, 
who is a grumpy old bachelor. So he, realising 
that he is not wanted, is soon up to his pranks 
and eventually wins his way to the old man's 
heart. 

4502 Peek-a-Boo 2 Reels 

Featuring Arthur Lake 
Arthur, who is learning to be a detective, is at 
present a page boy. He is in love with the 
hotel keeper's daughter, but is discouraged by 
her parents. At long last Arthur has his chance 
to exercise his detective powers, and, to the 
amazement of the hotel staff, he is successful. 

4503 Her Bashful Beau 2 Reels 

Featuring Arthur Lake 
Arthur is in love with Edna but is too bashful 
to tell her so. Edna does her best to encourage 
him, but with little success until a monkey 
appears on the scene. Instead of helping 
matters the monkey complicates them, and 
Arthur is thrown out by Edna's father. But 
everything ends happily. 

4504 Chinese Blues 2 Reels 

Featuring Ann Christy and Dorothy Gould 
Wong, the Chinese cook, has been arrested 
because his passport is lost. His employer 
and her friends conspire to retrieve the lost 
passport, and in so doing stumble upon a 
mystery in a Chinese cafe. There are some 
thrills as well as fun. 

4516 The iron Mule 1 Reel 

Featuring Al St. John 
The trials and troubles of travelling by rail a 
century ago. The engine-driver has to dis- 
mount periodically to drive a cow off the line. 
Hilariously funny. 

4534 Long Fliv the King 2 Reels 

t Featuring Charley Chase 

Princess Helga of Thermosa is in New York 

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108 SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 

shopping. She recei\es word of the King's 
death and that to inherit the throne she must 
marry within twenty-four hours. In prison 
she marries a convict, condemned to be exe- 
cuted, just before his pardon arrives, and 
returns to Thermosa supposing herself to be 
a widow. 

4536 One Mama Man 2 Reels 

Featuring Charley Chase 
Charley is a Count, and is invited away for the 
week-end. Unfortunately the owner of the 
house objects to his coming and bribes some 
rufifians to waylay him. 

4545 Fluttering Hearts 2 Reels 

Featuring Charley Chase, Oliver Hard}' 
Charley, a self-made millionaire, takes a job as 
chauffeur to a rich man in order to win the hand 
of his employer's daughter. Hardy threatens 
to publish a letter compromising the employer 
if he does not pay heavy blackmail. Charley 
drives him to "Coffee Joe's," a tough "speak- 
eas}'." Does Charley get the letter ? Does 
he not ! 

4554 Mighty Like a Moose 2 Reels 

Featuring Charley Chase 
Charley Chase has his back teeth corrected, 
while his wife undergoes a complete remodelling 
of a pronounced "Roman" nose. They meet 
without recognition and betake their new 
beauty and friendship to a party given b}^ 
Charley's dentist. 

4558 Starvation Blues 2 Reels 

Featuring Clj-de Cook and Syd Crossley 
Two wandering street musicians take their 
discord and trouble to a night club. They 
rescue the daughter of the club owner from 
the villain and return her to her parents. 
\Mien the star dancer leaves. Cook dons the 
ballet costume and gives a most unorthodox 
performance. Broad slapstick comedy. 

4562 Wandering Papas 2 Reels 

Featuring Clyde Cook 
In the wild west, at a railway construction 
camp, Clyde is appointed cook. He makes 
some pancakes, but the diners discover, rather 
forcibly, that there is gunpowder in them. He 

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SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 109 

is chased on to a runaway coach, and much fun 
ensues. 

4609 Helpful Al 2 Reels 

Featuring Al Alt 
Al has a car. A tyre-burst sends him tumbling 
down the road, bowling over policemen en 
route. Uproarious scenes in which an aban- 
doned baby is involved. 

4612 Playing the Swell 2 Reels 

Featuring Wanda Wiley 
Wanda appears at a select dinner-party arrayed 
in a curtain. The fun commences when the pet 
dog starts to tug. 

4613 The Big City 2 Reels 

Featuring Edna Marian 
Edna, a schoolgirl, arrives in the big city. She 
"lays out" porters, involves taxi-drivers in 
free fights and loads up a long-suffering police- 
man with clothes from her bag. 

4614 Buster's Heart Beats 2 Reels 

Featuring Buster Brown and his dog Tige 
Buster fails to learn his poetry for a competition. 
Tige comes to his aid by bringing the competi- 
tion to a close. 

4620 Nursery Troubles 2 Reels 

Featuring Edna Marian 
Edna is out of work and gives the police some 
trouble. A side-spUtting chase ensues. She 
obtains a post as a nurse. 

4621 A Taxi War 2 Reels 

Featuring Eddie Gordon 
Eddie and his colleague are locked in by their 
landlady until they pay their rent. They 
eventually arrive at work, only to be "sacked." 

4622 A Speedy Marriage 2 Reels 

Featurmg Wanda Wile}' 
Peggy inherits her grandfather's estate on con- 
dition that she is married by 5 o'clock. See 
how Peggy fulfils the condition. 

4626 Captain Suds 2 Reels 

Two boys after one girl, each backed up by one 
of her parents. 

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110 SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 

4627 Her Lucky Leap 2 Reels 

Featuring Wanda Wiley 
Wanda is sea-sick and does not notice that a bag 
of diamonds is dropped down her neck l)y jewel 
thieves. KxtraordinarN' episodes occur, before 
Wanda finally captures the thieves. 

4628 A Honeymoon Squabble 2 Reels 

Featuring Edna Marian 
Edna Marian decides not to go through with 
her marriage. Complications set in with regard 
to the "detective," and another newly-married 
couple. 

4646 Painless Pain 2 Reels 

Featuring Wanda Wiley 
Wanda is in love with a dentist who has no 
cUents. She soon finds a way to provide him 
with some, with surprising results. 

4648 A Flivver Vacation 2 Reels 

Featuring Eddie Gordon 
Eddie and his family go for a camping holiday. 
They get in a muddle while erecting the tent 
and have trouble with a swarm of bees. 

4649 Crowning the Count 2 Reels 

Featuring Eddie Gordon 
Eddie, unable to pay his hotel biU, dons a beard 
in order to avoid recognition, and is immediate- 
ly taken for the "Count." After amazing 
scenes at a ball, Eddie is recognized. 

4666 Buster's Mix Up 2 Reels 

Featuring Buster Brown and "Tige" 
"Tige" is in disgrace, but is eventuaUy recon- 
ciled to his master through his bravery. 

4667 Buster's Orphan Party 2 Reels 

Featuring Buster Brown and "Tige" 
Buster has been told to be good to the orphans, 
so he gives an "Orphan Party." And what a 
party ! 

4670 Buster Helps Dad 2 Reels 

Featuring Buster Brown and "Tige" 
Buster's father is financially embarrassed. 
Buster and "Tige" supplement his income by 
becoming movie stars. 

4671 Buster's Hunting Party 2 Reels 

Featuring Buster Brown 
You will never realise how curious sport can be 
until you see this film. 

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4683 All for Uncle 2 Reels 

Featuring Charles King 
"Ike" is promised $10,000 when he marries, so 
he persuades his friend Mike to pose as his 
prospective bride. WTiat a mess they make of 
it. 

4634 Honeymooning With Ma 2 Reels 

Featuring Charles King 
Slapstick comedy about married life with a 
mother-in-law to prove that three is a crowd. 

4692 A Haunted Heiress 2 Reels 

Featuring Edna Marian 
Edna Marian is heiress to her grandfather's 
estate. Her lawj^er, with ulterior motives, 
advises her to sell it. The house becomes 
'haunted,' but Edna and her lover lay the 
ghost. 

4707 What an Excuse 2 Reels 

Featuring Charles King 
Charley is in love with Thelma. His attempts 
to visit her, and the elopement with father in 
hot pursuit will raise the roof. 

4708 Look Out Buster ! 2 Reels 

Featuring Buster Brown 
Under a law ordering the quarantining of all 
dogs, a dog-catcher arrives to take 'Tige' away 
from Buster. It takes the combined and very 
fertile brains of Buster and his dog to elude 
him. 

4709 Snookums Asleep 2 Reels 

Featuring "Snookums" 
Snookums gets into mischief when mother has 
visitors to tea. 

4720 Plain Jane 2 Reels 

Featuring Marger}' Alarcell, Earl McCarthy- 
Jane is an excellent stenographer but her 
clothes are far from modem. But by accident 
she becomes fashionable and makes the boss's 
wife jealous. 

4721 George Leaves Home 2 Reels 

Featuring Sid Saylor 
Comical adventures of a country lioy in the city 
in scarcli of liis long lost playmate. 

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112 SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 

4724 Rushing Business 2 Reels 

Featuring Sid Saylor 
Sid in trouble, first as a salesman, and after- 
wards when in fancy dress as a policeman. 

4725 Yearning for Love 2 Reels 

Featuring Wanda Wiley 
Sally has her o\\ti ideas about the ideal lover — 
and so has her aunt — who puts up a stiff fight 
in her choice's favour, but to no avail. 

4726 Going Good 2 Reels 

Featuring Wanda Wiley 
Wanda's fiance is an inventor who has a 
formula for turning water into oil. They have 
trouble in retaining the formula but they 
manage to do so, in spite of bombs, bearded 
giants, gorillas and ghosts. 

4728 Night Owls 2 Reels 

Featuring Arthur Lake 
Arthur and Jean are in love, but her father 
does not approve of the courtship, and takes 
her away with him on a cruise. Arthur cleverly 
outwits him and takes his place on the boat. 

4729 Stop Snookums ! 2 Reels 

This film shows Snookums' efforts as a home 
wrecker. B aby-f- flour-bin = more grey hairs 
on father's head. 

4732 Sid's Long Count 2 Reels 

Featuring Sid Saylor 
Sid fails as a boxer and takes a job as slimming 
device salesman. It is a pity from the victims' 
point of view that he didn't find out more about 
the apparatus first ! 

4808 No Boy Wanted 2 Reels 

Featuring "Sunny Jim" 
Sunny and Marilyn are in an orphanage, to 
which Mr. and Mrs. Baker come to adopt a girl. 
All Sunny 's efforts fail to convince Mrs. B. that 
he is a girl and she finally takes Marilyn. 
Sunny, however, decides to go too, and his 
antics on his way to and at Marilyn's new home 
cause amusing scenes with policemen and a 
butler. 

4809 She's a He 2 Reels 

Featuring "Sunny Jim" 
In order to please a rich aunt, "Sunny," a con- 
firmed "woman hater," has to pretend to be a 

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SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 113 

girl. His quick changes from girl to boy and 
back again cause his parents a good deal of 
anxiety, and eventually lead to the discovery 
of the plot. However, Sunny's usual charm 
wins the day for him. 

4810 Neighbours 2 Reels 

Featuring "Sunny Jim" 
Father's "boss" comes to live nearby and is 
invited to 'a real home-cooked dinner.' Sunny 
lets the cat out of the bag by remarks about 
"canned spaghetti." After that things begin 
to move rapidly. 

4811 Mush Again 2 Reels 

Featuring "Sunny Jim" 
Sunny's parents are very bored at the prospect 
of the Gordons coming to call, and tactlessly say 
so at some length in front of Sunny, who repeats 
all that they have said when the visitors arrive. 
Finally a quarrel starts between his parents. 
Sunny, however, by a clever ruse of his own 
brings them together again. 

4819 Stepping High 1 Reel 

Featuring Arthur Lake 
Horace, the janitor's assistant on a film set, 
makes his debut as an Apache dancer. 

4820 Double Trouble 1 Reel 

Featuring Arthur Lake 
Horace gets his long-waited-for chance to act 
when he has to "double" the leading actor in a 
part where he has to take a good hiding. 

4821 Knight Watch 1 Reel 

Even a second assistant janitor in a movie 
studio can have his dreams — and this one is 
]"iarticularly amusing, though there is a rude 
awakening. 

4834 Total Loss 2 Reels 

Featuring the "Gumps Family" 
Mr. Gump, feeling hard-up, enters the family 
caravan for a motor-race with disastrous but 
ver}' comic results. 

4835 His Girl's Wedding 2 Reels 

Featuring Arthur Lake 
Arthur Lake and his girl friend take the chief 
parts in this amusing comedy. Arthur gets a 
dose of anaesthetic, which causes some mis- , 
understandings and nearlj' separates them. 

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114 SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 

4837 Out in the Rain 2 Reels 

Featuring the "Gumps" Family 
Great fun is caused when Mr. Gump tries water- 
ing the garden and linishes up by wetting poor 
"Mrs. Andy." Good slnjistick, especially suit- 
able for children. 

4843 Mild West 2 Reels 

Featuring "The Gumps" Family 
Adventures of the Gumps when rabbit shooting. 
Who would go anywhere near Andy if he had a 
gun ! 
4853 Beauty Parade 2 Reels 

Featuring Arthur Lake 
A comed}' of an absent-minded young man who 
got into a bathing belles' parade by mistake. 

4855 Step Right Up 2 Reels 

Featuring Sid Saylor 
When the circus comes to town a country lad 
falls in love with the bareback rider. 

4857 The Cloud Buster 2 Reels 

Featuring "The Gumps" Family 
Mr. Gump is more successful at aviation of a 
novel kind than he is at driving a car. 

4876 Eighteen Carat 2 Reels 

Featuring Edna Marian 
In an effort to clear off a mortgage, a farm 
owner sends his daughter to pay it with a dia- 
mond. She unfortunately drops this and it is 
swallowed by a chicken. Puzzle — find the 
chicken ! 

4878 Stranded 2 Reels 
Featuring Edna Marian 

Arriving in a small town, a troupe of actors are 
forced to stay in the local hotel — the first visi- 
tors for 3'ears. It is in such an appalling state 
that they try to 'bilk,' which proves more 
difficult than they expected. 

4879 Plane Crazy 2 Reels 

Featuring Sid Saylor 
Two phimbers decide to learn to fly in order 
to attract the attention of lady admirers. Un- 
known to each other, they get into the same 
aeroplane, a dual control machine, and both 
try to fly it. 

4881 Burning Youth 2 Reels 

^ Featuring Sid Saylor 

Worshipped by his doting parents, who expect 

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SECTION 2. (h) Short Length Comedies (Cont.) 115 

him to be a hero and a paragon, Sid grows up 
and becomes a fireman. And what a gift to the 
local incendiaries such a tire hghter would be ! 

4882 All Wet 2 Reels 

Featuring Sid Saylor 
Sid is not one of the sailors with a wife in ev'ery 
port, and he has to chance his luck when he 
lands. Needless to say, he draws a complete 
blank — his friend's girl's mother. 

4891 Up and Down Stairs 2 Reels 

Featuring Vernon Dent 
On the day they move into a new flat, Vernon 
and a friend celebrate, and, returning home, 
occupy the wrong flat, the owner of which 
they had already upset. 

4892 Sister's Pest 2 Reels 

Featuring "Sunny Jim" 
While the family is preparing for a picnic Sunny 
causes delay getting into mischief. This causes 
some fun, but still more ensues as we go through 
the day. 

4893 Stop That Noise 2 Reels 

Featuring "Sunny Jim" 
Sunny, after getting into hot water for playing 
baseball in the house, is sent out with a nurse- 
maid for a ride in a boat. He gives her the 
slip, but he gets his boat trip, with the nurse in 
hot pursuit ! 

4894 Sunday Morning 2 Reels 

Featuring Vernon Dent 
Although pestered bj^ a friend the whole time, 
Vernon endeavours to impress his chief by his 
golf, with a view to getting a rise. He im- 
presses him all right, but not exactly as 
intended. 

4895 Vernon's Aunt 2 Reels 

Featuring Vernon Dent 
The family, pestered with poor relations, decide 
to pretend the}^ are crazy, in order to drive 
away long lost Aunt Lizzie. But they didn't 
know that she was rich ! 

4897 Short Weight 2 Reels 

Johnn}', assisted by a dog, tries his hand, 
hilariously, if not very successfully, at serving 
in a grocery. Dismissed, he and the dog return 
for the night, as they have nowhere else to 
sleep, and catch a burglar. 

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116 

SECTION 2-COMEDIES, 16mm. FILMS 

(I)— FULL LENGTH COMEDIES 

4400 What the Puppy Said 4 Reels 

Rescued as a mongrel pup from threatened 
extinction, the irrepressible canine hero is dis- 
guised by an artful owner as a " Tibetan 
Spaniel," sold to a rich lady, discovered for 
what he is, disgraced, thrown out upon the 
world again. He makes a new start on a farm. 
One night he gives the alarm at a hre, an act 
fraught with much consequence because he not 
only saves lives and property, but as a result 
heals a long standing feud between two families 
and unites a pair of lovers. Not bad for one 
small dog. 

4509 Hold Your Man 5 Reels 

Featuring Laura la Plante 
The misunderstood wife goes to Paris to study 
art. Her husband, who is studying law, is 
about to marry his wife's friend. They go to 
Paris together to seek out Laura, but the latter 
is so charming and artful, that the tables are 
turned and the married couple are reunited. 

4511 Embarrassing Moments 5 Reels 

Featuring Reginald Denny. 
Here we see Denny as an author dragged into 
an exciting love "mix-up." As usual, he. 
creates lots of amusement, but the love affair 
ends successfully. 

4513 Skinner Steps Out 6 Reels 

Featuring Glenn Tryon 
The story of the rise to success in business of 
William Henry Skinner, urged on b}^ his wife, 
who drags him out to social affairs to assist 
him. Twice he nearly meets with disaster, 
but his luck holds and he finally wins a position 
as Sales Manager, after much fun. 

4519 The Cohens and the Kellys in 5 Reels 

Scotland 

Featuring George Sidney and Charlie Murray 
Cohen and Kelly arrive in Scotland, do some 
speculating in tartans, play golf, go racing, lose 
their money, try suicide, get rich and go into 
partnership again. 

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SECTION 2. (i) Full Length Comedies (Cont.) 117 

4601 Oh, Doctor 6 Reels 

Featuring Reginald Denny 
Denny has only three years in which to live, so 
he insures his life for $100,000. Having fallen 
in love with his nurse he forgets his illness. 
Amazing events follow. 

4619 TheWhole Town's Talking 6 Reels 

Featuring Edward Everett Horton 
Chester Binny returns from the War under the 
impression that there is a silver plate in his 
head. The doctor tells him that on no account 
must he get excited. You can guess what 
Edward Everett makes out of this. 

4669 The Cohens and the Kellys 7 Reels 

Featuring George Sidney and Charlie Murray 
The famous comedy of the rivalry between 
Irish and Jewish families in New York, and of 
the romance that grew up between the son and 
daughter. 

4677 The Reckless Age 6 Reels 

Featuring Reginald Denny 
A complicated plot revolving round an insur- 
ance company's agent's efforts to ensure that a 
marriage takes place as his company stand to 
lose if it does not do so. 

4678 The Lightning Lover 6 Reels 

Featuring Reginald Denny and Laura la Plante 
To help a friend to conduct some secret business 
Denny assumes his identity, with consequences 
of which he never dreamed. 

4679 The Kentucky Derby 5 Reels 

Featuring Reginald Denny 
An exciting story centring round the great 
American horse-racing classic, containing 
thrills as well as plenty of fun. 

4680 Sporting Youth 6 Reels 

Featuring Reginald Denny 
Denny is mistaken for "Splinter" Woods, a 
famous English racing motorist. He wins a 
terrific motor race in a borrowed car. 

4685 The Cohens and Kellys in Atlantic City 7 Reels 

More fun with the Irish-Jewish partnership, now 
in the bathing costume business by the sea. 

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lis SECTION 2. (i) Full Length Comedies (Cont.) 

4723 Where Was I ? 6 Reels 

Featuring Reginald Denny 
A regular Denny muddle. He is accused by a 
business rival of robbery and bigamy, but 
matters are straightened out in the end. 

4731 Barnum Was Right 4 Reels 

Featuring (ilenn Tryon, iMerna Kennedy 
Freddie converts into a hotel a house in which 
pirates' treasure is supposed to be hidden. The 
guests are encouraged to try to find the treasure, 
with amazing results. 

4825 Rolling Home 7 Reels 

Featuring Reginald Denny and Marion Nixon 
Denny poses as a millionaire. As can be imag- 
ined, complicated and awkward situations are 
plentiful, and the way he hoaxes the whole 
town and handles a big election is both ingenious 
and amusing. 

4831 13 Washington Square 6 Reels 

Featuring Jean Hersholt, Alice Joyce, Zasu 

Pitts and George Lewis 
A mother's plot to prevent her son from marry- 
ing leads to some very awkward situations for 
the mother and her maid. Zasu Pitts, the 
maid, is left in an empty house, where she hears 
strange noises and comes into violent contact 
with a burglar. 

4846 Modern Love 6 Reels 

Featuring Charlie Chase 
John Jones and Patricia Brown want to marry, 
but Patricia will not give up her job. So they 
decide to continue in separate homes though 
married in secret. Complications ensue, and 
poor John gets the worst of the bargain. 

4848 Dames Ahoy 5 Reels 

Featuring Glenn Tryon 
A tale of three woman-hating but susceptible 
sailors who trj' to rescue one of their number 
from the clutches of a gold-digger and get more 
involved than ever as a result. 

4852 Her Big Night 7 Reels 

Featuring Laura la Plante 
When Daphne Dix, film star, fails to turn up 
for a personal appearance, a shop assistant who 
happens to be her double is persuaded to im- 
personate her for a thousand dollars, which she 
and her sweetheart badly need. However, the 

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SECTION 2. (i) Full Length Comedies (Cont.) 119 

plan proves not quite so foolproot as the 
plotters expected. 

4862 The Love Trap 7 Reels 

Featuring Laura la Plante and Neil Hamilton 
Evelyn Todd, tliough a chorus girl, was certain- 
ly no gold-digger. She lost her job, went to a 
party in the evening on the promise of fifty 
dollars, was trapped into taking her frock off, 
and then lied home without it, to find that her 
landlady had thrown all her furniture into the 
street. Then Paul Harrington came to the 
rescue and in defiance of his family, married 
her. 

5024 A Pair of Silk Stockings 5 Reels 

Featuring Constance Talmadge 
Thinking their marriage is a failure, the Thorn- 
hills decide on a divorce, but when thrown to- 
gether again in a most amusing manner the}' 
find they were wrong. 

5045 Peck's Bad Boy 5 Reels 

Featuring Jackie Coogan 
The number of escapades in which Jackie is 
involved are too numerous to be told here. 
Probably the most amusing incident concerns 
the depositing of a bottleful of ants in his 
father's lumbago pad. Description can hardl}' 
do justice to this comedy drama ; it must be 
seen to be appreciated. 

5151 Behind the Front 5 Reels 

Featuring Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton 
The comic adventures of a detective and a 
burglar thrown together during the war, in the 
American army. 

5153 Hands Up ! 5 Reels 

Featuring Raymond Griffith, Montague Love, 

Marian Nixon, Virginia Lee Corbin 
A burlesque spy story, with a combination 
of Civil War and Western backgrounds. This 
picture is full of hilarious situations. 

5154 The Lucky Devil 5 Reels 

Featuring Richard Dix, Esther Ralston 
A lighthearted romance centred about a young 
man who wants an open-air life, and, winning a 
car, tours the country. The climax is formed 
by an exciting car race, which the hero just 
manages to win. 

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120 SECTION 2. (i) Full Length Comedies (Cont.) 

5160 We're In the Navy Now 5 Reels 

Featuring Wallace Beery, Raymond Hatton 
As funny a story about the American Navy as 
"Behind the Front" (No. 5151) is of the 
Army. The heroes' disregard of regulations 
keeps them in continual difficulties with their 
exasperated shipmates. 

5166 Orchids and Ermine 5 Reels 

Featuring Colleen Moore, Jack Mulhall 
Colleen is an ambitious but not really "gold 
digging" telephone girl, and Jack is a shy 
millionaire who falls in love with her while he 
is incognito. Unfortunately, he is not believed. 
Light, romantic comedy, charmingly played. 

5169 Rubber Tires 5 Reels 

Featuring Bessie Love, Harrison Ford 
The Stack family buy an old car and go touring. 
After many amusing adventures they emerge 
from one dilemma only to fall into another. 
A delightfully human and sound comedy, 
combining romance and sustained suspense. 

5178 Why Sailors Go Wrong 5 Reels 

Featuring Nick Stuart and Sammy Cohen 
Hilarious comedy-drama, showing the mis- 
adventures, ashore and afloat, of an Irish cab- 
driver and a Jewish taxi-driver who are keen 
rivals ashore. They go to sea and become 
friends as they share in the strangest perils 
and privations that ever beset two landlubbers 
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SECTION 2-COMEDY, 16 mm. FILMS 

(j) TRICK PHOTOGRAPHY 1 Reel each 

5979 The China Peril 

5980 The Coveted Coat 

5981 Which Switch? 

5982 The Night of the Knight 

5983 Plots and Blots 

5984 One Too Exciting Night 



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121 

SECTION 3-CARTOON, 16 mm. FILMS 

(a) ANIMATED MODELS 1 Reel each 

7987 Doings in Doodlebugville 

7991 Chip, the Wooden Man 

7992 Snap, the Gingerbread Man 

(b) OSWALD THE RABBIT. By Walt Disney 1 Reel each 

7100 Yanky Clippers 

7686 Hi^h Up 

7687 Rival Romeos 

7688 Sky Scrappers 

7689 Hungry Hobos 

7690 Mississippi Mud 

7691 Panicky Pancakes 

(c) MUTT AND JEFF 1 Reel each 

7865 Patent Attorneys 

7866 Marathon Runners 

7867 The Submarine Chasers 

7868 Laundry Business 

7870 Doing Their Bit 

7871 Chemical Calamity 
7875 Theatrical Business 

(d) OUT-OF-T HE-INKWELL By Max Fleischer 1 Reel each 

7000 Jumping Beans 

7001 Fishing 

7002 The Challenge 
7004 Trapped 

7007 The Puzzle 

7008 The Hypnotist 

7009 Birthday 

7014 Surprise 

7015 Mechanical Doll 

7016 Sparring Partners 

7017 Invisible Ink 

7018 Bedtime 
7023 The False Alarm 

7025 The Battle 

7026 Flies 

7027 Bubbles 

7031 Balloons 

7032 The Fortune Toller 
7045 Contest 

7047 Mother Goose Land 

7048 A Reunion 

7049 Trip to Mars 
7055 A Peep into Puzzleland 

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SECTION 3. (e) Cartoon (Cont.) 






(e) FELIX By Pat Sullivan 


1 Reel each 


7003 


Felix Saves the Day 




7006 


Felix in Love 




7019 


Felix Lends a Hand 




7020 


Felix in the Swim 




7021 


Felix Makes Good 




7022 


Felix Comes Back 




7024 


Felix Tries for Treasure 




7028 


Felix Gets Revenge 




7029 


Felix Gets Left 




7030 


Felix in the Bone Age 




7033 


Felix in Hollywood 




7034 


Felix in Fairyland 




7062 


Felix out of Luck 




7063 


Felix Gets Broadcast 




7064 


Felix Brings Home the Bacon 




7065 


Felix Follows the Swallows 




7066 


Felix Foozled 




7067 


Felix Goes a-Huntin' 




7068 


Felix Finds 'Em Fickle 




7069 


Felix All Puzzled 




7070 


Felix Gets His Fill 




7071 
7072 


Felix Hyps the Hippo 
Felix Full o' Fight 




7073 


Felix Finds Out 




7074 


Felix Goes Hungry 




7075 


Felix Revolts 




7076 


Felix Wins Out 




7077 


Felix Turns the Tide 




7078 
7079 


Felix Fifty-Fifty 
Felix Strikes it Rich 




7080 


Felix Grabs His Grub 




7081 


Felix Pinches the Pole 




7400 


Outdoor Indore 




7401 


Flim Flam Film 




7402 


Politics 




7403 
7404 


Non-Stop Fright 
Wise Guise 




7405 


Astronmeous 




7406 


Comicalities 




7407 
7408 


Draggin the Dragon 
Last Life 






(f) /ESOP'S FABLES 


1 Reel each 


7082 


The Fox Hunt 




7083 


Lindy's Cat 




7084 


A Hole in One 




7085 


The Spider's Lair 




7086 


The Broncho Buster 




7087 


Ride 'em Cowboy 





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SECTION 3. (e) Cartoon (Cont.) 123 

7Q88 Red Hot Sands 1 Reel each 

7089 Ant Life as it Isn't 

7090 The River of Doubt 

7091 Scaling the Alps 

7092 Hook, Line and Sinker 

7093 The Big Tent 

7094 In Again, Out Again 

(g) FLIP THE FROG 1 Reel each 

7619 The Village Barber 

7620 Jail Birds 

7621 Storing Seas 

7622 Cuckoo Murder Case 

7623 Movie Mad 

7624 The Village Smithy 



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124 

SECTION 4-DRAMA, 16mm. FILMS 

(a) WESTERNS 

Of all the settings for film stories, the "Wild West" has been 
responsible for more films than any other, and has, especially with 
children, never lost its attraction. "Cowboy," "rustler," "posse," 
"sheriff," "round-up" have been added to the language, or given a 
new meaning, through the popularity of these stories, and the word 
"Western" at once conjures up visions of shooting, riding and 
romance, set among rolling plains and magnificent mountains. 

8015 Man's Faith in Man 2 Reels 

The story of a Town Marshal's attempts to re- 
form the criminals he captured, and of his great 
success at it . 

8041 Where the North Begins 6 Reels 

Featuring Rin-Tin-Tin 
This is the greatest dog story ever written ; the 
hero is a magnificent animal with almost human 
intelligence. The ending — a surprising one — 
will delight you. A clean, thrilling and satis- 
fying film. 

8136 The Lighthouse By the Sea 5 Reels 

Featuring Rin-Tin-Tin 
A story of bootleggers on the coast of Maine, 
and the struggle between them and the revenue 
authorities, aided by a shipwrecked man and 
his dog. A thrilling performance by Rin-tin- 
tin, in which he proves again the justice of his 
title of the greatest animal actor ever seen on 
the screen. 

8137 The Clash of the Wolves 5 Reels 

Featuring Rin-Tin-Tin 
A forest fire in the high Sierras drives the 
wolves out into the cattle countr3^ The popu- 
lace rises in arms to kill the marauders, the 
most elusive and dangerous of whom is Lobo 
(Rin-tin-tin). In the end Lobo is befriended 
by David Weston, with wliom he starts a new 
life. Thrills from beginning to end. 

8146 The Covered Wagon 6 Reels 

There are not many films that have been raised 
to the level of screen 'Classics' but this great 
epic motion picture is universally acknowledged 
as one of them. The story concerns the great 

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SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont.) 125 

wagon trail setting out for Oregon in 1848, and 
tells what happened to its members, what 
adventures and perils they went through before 
they reached their "promised land." 

8159 The Pony Express 5 Reels 

Featuring Ricardo Cortez 
A vivid, thrilling story of those turbulent days 
prior to the election of President Lincoln, when 
Cahfornia was hesitating whether to align her- 
self on the side of 'North' or 'South.' "The 
Pony Express" faithfully depicts a crucial 
period in the national life of the U.S.A., and a 
thrilling historic episode. 

8163 The Red Raiders 5 Reels 

Featuring Ken Maynard and the Wonder 
Horse, "Tarzan" 
An attack on a coach by Indians leads to a 
thrilling chase in which the young officer, 
Lieut. Scott, by clever trickery and wonderful 
riding, thwarts the raiders and brings the stage 
safely to the post. 

8167 The Night Cry 5 Reels 

Featuring Rin-Tin-Tin 
A stor}' of a dog faithful to his trust, even when 
doubt of this faithfulness all but leads to his 
death at the hands of his loving master. 

8168 The Hills of Kentucky 5 Reels 

Featuring Rin-Tin-Tin 
The sustained suspense and dramatic episodes 
in this picture are unexcelled in any other 
"Rin-tin-tin" film. Appeals equally to old and 
young, and will delight all. 

8171 The Prairie Pirate 5 Reels 

Featuring Harrj' Carey, Jean Dumas, Fred 

Kohler 
A good old-fashioned 'Western,' with plenty of 
gun-play and peerless horsemanship, of which 
it would be unfair to disclose the plot. 

8172 Braveheart 5 Reels 

Featuring Rod la Rocque, LiUan Rich 
A Wild West story featuring a tribe of Red 
Indians. Braveheart is chosen by the tribal 
leaders to go to coUege to be trained in order 
to fight a law case for his tribe. Blamed for 
another's wrongdoing, he is "sent down" from 

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126 SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Coiit.) 

college, branded as a traitof and banished from 
his tribe, but manages to restore his position. 

8180 The Devil Horse 5 Reels 

Featuring "Rex," the Wild Horse 
A most unusual Red Indian story, starring a 
horse which is apparently endowed with more 
than human intelUgence and a highly-developed 
sense of drama. Will thrill from beginning to 
end ; not a dull moment. 

8182 The White Man Who Turned Indian 1 Reel 

This story, as told by the Indian chief "Yellow 
Horse," is about "Ne-a-tha," who, as a bo}', was 
journeying West with his uncle and his sister 
"Edith" in a covered wagon. The uncle, 
killed in an accident, is buried and the boy and 
Edith arrive at "Last W^ater," an Indian village 
outpost. 

8184 Fight It Out 2 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson 
A Western comedy-drama of the efforts by a 
ranch owner to drive his neighbour out of the 
district. The neighbour has the aid of Hoot 
Gibson, who thwarts the villain and gets a good 
laugh out of it. 

The Indians Are Coming 2 Reels each 

In Five Episodes of 2 Reels each 

8189 First Episode— "Pals in Buckskin" 

8190 Second Episode — "A Call to Arms" 

8191 Third Episode — "A Furnace of Fear" 

8192 F'ourth Episode — "The Red Terror" 

8193 Fifth Episode— "The Trail's End" 

A Western serial of the thriUing days of the gold 
rusli to California, with deeds of supreme hero- 
ism. Can be nm in separate episodes or all can 
be shown consecutivety in a single evening. 

9505 Tin Bronc 2 Reels 

A cowboy forsakes his horse for a car — if one 
could call it a car ! But in the end it proves 
its worth. 

9506 Martin of the Mounted 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Gilman 
A gang of fur thieves are causing trouble. 
Constable Martin, of the Mounted Police, 
catches the whole gang red-handed, after 
plenty of riding and hand-to-hand fighting. 

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SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont.) 127 

9507 Kelly Gets His Man 2 Reels 

Featuring Edmund Cobb 
A feud between two members of a smuggling 
gang. Corporal Kelly, of the "North-West 
Mounted," tracks the suspected murderer and 
stumbles upon the meeting-place of the illicit 
traders. 

9508 The Home Trail 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Oilman 
Together with the usual "Western" accoutre- 
ments of riding and lighting, this picture 
contains an unusual element which it would 
be unfair to reveal. 

9510 Sons of the Saddle 6 Reels 

Featuring Ken Maynard and his Wonder 
Horse "Tarzan" 
There is trouble between a rancher and cattle 
rustlers. Plenty of fights, good riding and 
shooting. "Jim Brandon" (Ken Maynard) 
comes to the rescue with his wonder horse. 
A good all-round "Western." 

9513 The Long, Long Trail 5 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson and Sally Filers 
A jockey, known to everyone as the "Ramblin' 
Kid," is doped before the big race on the day 
of the annual rodeo, but he manages to ride 
"Fightning" in to a magnificent finish. 

9515 The Wagon Master 5 Reels 

Featuring Ken Maynard and his Wonder 
Horse "Tarzan" 
Owing to the rivalry of opposing wagon-drivers, 
Ken has great difficulty in getting his wagons 
through. He eventually succeeds, after expe- 
riencing heavy fighting and a prairie fire. 

9517 Lucky Larkin 6 Reels 

Featuring Ken Maynard and his Horse 

"Tarzan" 

A member of a race gang sets fire to the 

Colonel's stables. Great work is done by Ken 

and Tarzan to save the horses. 

9518 Hell's Heroes 5 Reels 

"A" Certificate 
The extraordinary adventures of three escaped 
bank robbers and a baby which they adopt, in 
the American desert. 

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128 SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont.) 

9520 Menace of the Mounted 2 Reels 

Featuring Edmund Cobb 
A short film of cov/boys and rustlers in the 
West, with a romance interwoven. 

9522 Spurs 5 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson 
Hoot wins golden spurs for winning the Rodeo, 
five thousand dollars for breaking up a gang of 
cattle rustlers and, finally, as a reward for val- 
our or, perhaps, just because of his charming 
smile, Helen Wright. 

9523 The Fighting Legion 6 Reels 

Featuring Ken Maynard and "Tarzan" his horse 
Dave Hayes befriends a dying Ranger and de- 
termines to find the man who shot him. With 
his disreputable looking friend "Cloudy" Jones, 
he goes through plenty of fighting before getting 
his man. Of course, he gets the girl too, and as 
a reward for smart detective work, is made a 
Ranger himself. 

9524 The Double X 2 Reels 

Featuring Billy Sullivan 
The fortune of Charles' uncle goes to William 
Brady, a banker, if Charles is married before the 
will is read. To achieve this Brady gets the 
help of Shelby, a bankrupt showman, who has » 

an attractive daughter. There are many 
exciting moments before the plot is satisfac- 
torily settled. 

9525 Her Rodeo Hero 2 Reels 

Featuring Bill}- Sulli\'an 
Billy, the Battling Cowboy, just can't keep out 
of fights — chiefly with Jake over the ranch 
foreman's daughter Milly. But Jake asks for 
trouble — and he gets it ; in fact, there's quite a 
lot of trouble for everybody. 

9526 The Emergency Man 2 Reels 

Featuring Edniund Cobb 
Tom Regan is lured into posing us the long -lost 
son of a widow ranch owner, little realising he 
has already helped the real heir. But his ' 
arri\'al is opportune, for he helps to prevent 
the ranch falling into wrong hands, and also 
saves Dora, the daughter, from an unhappy 
alliance. 

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YOU CAN'T KEEP 

a good man down is 
Henry Gribbon's phil- 
osophy in an uproarious 
comedy called "Skylark- 
ing". (See Section 2 h.) 




MOTOR RACING 

(of a sort !) is not neg- 
lected as this "still" 
from "Lizzies of the 
Field" reveals. (See 
Section 2 h.) 




SLAPSTICK COM- 
EDY always makes a 
party go with a swing. 
Thereare plenty of hefty 
swings going in "A dozen 
Socks" judging by this 
scene. (SeeSection2 h.) 





WALLACE BEERY. 

universal favourite of 
the screen, excels in 
"We're in the Navy 
Now". (See Section 2 i.) 




A COMEDY with 
Laura la Plante playing 
the lead is sure to pro- 
vide a thoroughlyenter- 
taining evening. Other 
" Kodascope " Library 
stars include Charley 
Chase , Zas u Pitts, 
Reginald Denny, Jean 
Hersholt, Sally Eilers, 
Con rad Veid t, Ivor 
Novello, Ben Lyon and 
Richard Dix. (See Sec- 
tions 2 h, 2 i, and 4 b.) 




"THE COVERED 
WAGON" is one of 

the greatest motion pic- 
tures ever made. The 
perils and adventures of 
a long trek are depicted 
in 6 exciting reels. (See 
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SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont.) 129 

9527 The Two Fister 2 Reels 

Featuring Edmund Cobb 
Field, of the North-West Mounties, is out to 
catch outlaws and win Helene, daughter of 
Dumont, the fur dealer. But before he suc- 
ceeds in unmasking Rasker, another suitor, as 
the chief of the gang, he has many adventures 
that keep us on edge imtil the final denouement. 

9528 Hen Punchers of Piperock 2 Reels 

Featuring Smiling Ben Corbett and 
Peewee Holmes 
Dirty-shirt Jones and his bow-legged pard 
Magpie Simpkins just can't keep a hold on their 
pay — they'd sooner starve. Still, even a 
couple of crazy cowboys must eat, and their 
frantic search for sustenance provides many 
a laugh. 

9529 Four Square Steve 2 Reels 

Featuring Edmimd Cobb 
When Dick Elder comes to the Cross L ranch, 
romance comes to Molly Mason — and quite a 
lot of adventure comes to Dick. 

9530 Jim Hood's Ghost 2 Reels 

Featuring Josie Sedgwick 
Helen Hood, returning to her ranch, finds that 
her twin brother is dead, and the homestead 
in the hands of Meeker, a neighbour. Aided 
bj' Ed Hem, her brother's friend, she sets out 
to solve the mystery surrounding the tragedy, 
and in this her Hkeness to her brother serves 
an astonishing purpose. 

9531 Barely Reasonable 2 Reels 

Featuring SmiUng Ben Corbett and 
Peewee Holmes 
The pride (or bane) of Piperock, Dirty -shirt 
Jones and Magpie are detennined to maintain 
their status by capturing an escaped bandit. 
However, though things don't pan out quite as 
expected for them, they don't disappoint us. 



9532 The Man Tamer 

Featuring Edmiuid Cobb 
Martha Murray has promised to marry Tommy- 
Ryan only if he will stop getting into fights, 
and since it looks as if he can't do this for him- 
self Martha means to show him — and how. 

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130 SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont ) 

9533 The Courage of Collins 2 Reels 

Featuring Edmund Cobb 
Collins, of the Mounted Police, finds his uniform 
an embarrassment at times, so he discards it 
for something less conspicuous — and in doing 
so not only captures the crooks but also the 
heart of a very charming young lady. 

9534 Dude Desperado 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Oilman 
Clothes make the man, Bud Collins learns to 
his dismay. Robbed of his natty suiting by a 
bandit he has some disturbing experiences 
owing to mistaken identit}'. But ultimately 
it is for the best, because the path of glory leads 
right into the arms of Vivian, the ranch - 
owner's daughter. 

9535 A Man's Size Pet 2 Reels 

Featuring Smiling Ben Corbett and 
Peewee Holmes 
Susie Harper's pet bear causes quite a stir in 
Piperock and Jones and Magpie are not the 
onty ones to suffer from its affectionate atten- 
tions. 

9536 A Strange Inheritance 2 Reels 

Featuring Smiling Ben Corbett and 
Peewee Holmes 
Into the peaceful atmosphere of Piperock 
comes live extremel}' obstreperous children — 
Jones' inheritance. Before many hours have 
elapsed Jones and his friend Magpie wish they 
were poor again. 

9537 The Plumed Rider 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Oilman 
Having saved the Plumed Rider from a posse. 
Buck Larrigan persuades him to enter into 
partnership with the intention of robbing the 
stage coach. Fred Oilman, as the mysterious 
rider, agrees — but when he meets Mary, 
daughter of the stage agent, he changes his 
plans. 

9538 The Rest Cure 2 Reels 

Featuring Smiling Ben Corbett and 
Peewee Holmes 
Dirty-shirt and Magpie take over the Piperock 
hospital and some young ladies of a stranded 
chorus, and then they go out to find some 
patients. 

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131 



9539 The Piperock Blaze 2 Reels 

Featuring Smiling Ben Corbett and 
Peewee Holmes 
Our madcap friends Dirt}--shirt and Magpie 
are always ready to help, whether at roof- 
repairing or fire-extinguishing. About the only 
thing they are successful at is keeping us chuck- 
ling. 

9540 Pawns and Queens 2 Reels 

Featuring Edmund Cobb 
Dick Baxter is out to smash the Black Rattler 
gang and the moment he saves Clara, daughter 
of John Stuart, one of the gang's victims, from 
a stampede, he gets on the right trail. Many 
escapades fall to his lot before he reaches the 
end of his quest. 

9541 Piperock Hero 2 Reels 

Featuring Smiling Ben Corbett and 
Peewee Holmes 
Piperock back Magpie against the Paradise 
Wonder, local boxing champion. Having sur- 
vived his "training," Magpie just manages to 
get away with the last of his nine lives before 
the final gong. 

9542 The Roaring Ranch 5 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson and Sally Filers 
Jim is a happy-go-lucky rancher, whose inter- 
est is divided between his varied collection of 
animals and the school teacher daughter of 
Tom Mavlin, wealthy landowner. Ramsy Kane, 
a mineralogist, knows Jim's ranch covers rich 
oil fields, and is out to get oil and girl at the 
same time. This proves a tougher proposition 
than anticipated. 

9543 The Ore Raiders 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Oilman 
Following a clue provided by discarded cigar- 
ette stubs. Ranger Ted Clayton pursues a gang 
of smugglers to a lonely house, where he meets 
Nancy Neale. His realisation that her father 
is engaged in the illicit trade compUcates the 
issue, but trust a Ranger to find a way out of 
the difficulty. 

9544 Pep of the Lazy "J" 2 Reels 

Featuring Edmund Cobb 
When Pep O'Keefe drifts into the Lazy "J" 
ranch, biillying Buck Donell does not realise 
this half-starv'ed cowboy will oust him from 



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SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont. 



his throne as champion tighter of the district — 
and also win May Kennedy, a runaway heiress. 

9545 Tenderfoot Courage 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Oilman 
Trying to put a posse on the right trail of some 
rustlers, Hal Brennon only gets himself into a 
scrap with McCall, foreman of the Jones ranch 
and secret leader of the gang. But he earns 
the gratitude of Helen Jones, and eventually 
proves that his tenderfoot days are over. 

9610 The Buckaroo Kid 5 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson 
An exciting Western story of a cowboy who fell 
in love with a banker's daughter, and of whom 
her father did not approve. The cowboy then 
finds himself desperately in need of money to 
re-stock his ranch. 

9611 The Outlaw's Daughter 4 Reels 

Featuring Josie Sedgwick 
A tale of the efforts made by a girl to avenge the 
death of her "rustler" father, and of how she 
reaUsed in time that he was not worthy of 
her efforts. 

9616 Sky High Corral 5 Reels 

Featuring Art Accord 
Terrific fights, involving cowboys, "rustlers" 
and rangers, culminating in a contest with 
fists. A gripping, breath-catching picture of 
the "WM West." 

9623 Daring Days 5 Reels 

Featuring Josie Sedgwick 
A terrific chase and a breathless fight on a 
pinnacle of rock where the villain meets a not 
untimely end, form the climax of this fast- 
moving, exciting cowboy picture. 

9624 A One Man Game 5 Reels 

Featiiring Fred Humes 
Capture and escape, hard riding and quick 
shooting make up the exciting action of this 
film. Humes plays the part of both dandy 
and daredevil with equal gusto. 

9625 Two-Fisted Jones 5 Reels 
Featuring Jack Hoxie 

" $1,000 Reward, for anyone giving informa- 
tion as to the whereabouts of Paul Damon 
Napoleon Jones ! " There are a lot of people 
in the West, some of them not very law-abiding 
citizens, who could do with a thousand doUars. 



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SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont) 133 

9629 Blue Blazes 5 Reels 

Featuring Pete Morrison and his Wonder 
Horse "Lightning" 
Grace and Dick Macy are in search of their 
grandfather's murderer and a sum of money 
buried in a hidden cabin. In the subsequent 
scenes, rock and crag and distant mountain 
outhne form an ideal background for the battle 
royal that ensues. 

9631 The Demon 5 Reels 

Featuring Jack Hoxie 
A tale of a fight made by a property company 
against mysterious incendiaries who are raising 
bush fires. One of their employees, disguised 
as the "Demon," obtains evidence to catch 
them red handed, in a thriUing climax. 

9632-9641 Whispering Smith Rides 2 Reels 

In 10 parts of 2 reels each. 

The most popular way of seeing this film is to 

take 2 or 4 reels weekly. The numbers are 

9632, 9633, 9634, 9635, 9636, 9637, 9638, 9639, 

9640,9641. 

An exciting serial dealing with the efforts of 
his neighbours to drive Jim Macklin off his 
ranch, because he wishes to let the railway 
come through. The struggle is long and 
bitter, but Jim is aided by a girl who loves him, 
and by the mysterious "Whispering Smith." 

9643 The Stolen Ranch 5 Reels 

Featuring Fred Humes 
This Western story is built round a plot to 
deprive a shell-shocked soldier of the ranch 
left to him by his father, which works up to 
an attempt at murder frustrated by the 
bravery of the ex-soldier's friend. Much ex- 
citement, tempered by a good deal of amuse- 
ment. 

9644 The Storm 8 Reels 

Featuring House Peters and Virginia Valli 
A story of the "Rockies," showing the lives of 
fur trappers, and how the friendship of two men 
was broken through their love for one woman. 

9647 Rustler's Ranch 5 Reels 

Featuring Art Accord 
Lee Baker, thinking he has killed a man, takes 
refuge in Widow Shawn's ranch, and meets 
Lois, with whom he falls in love. After many 

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134 SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont ) 

hairbreadth escapes from his villainous rival 
and some magnificent horsemanship, he wins 
her for his bride. 
9660 The Phantom Bullet 6 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson 
CUck Farlane comes riding through the West 
to find and slay the man who murdered his 
father, meeting thrills and adventure all the 
way. 

9664 Triple Action 4 Reels 
Featuring Pete Morrison and his Wonder 

Horse, "Lightning" 
A wonderful parachute descent from an aero- 
plane into the middle of a rustlers' camp is 
but one of this film's many thriUs. The un- 
canny intelligence of "Lightning," coupled 
with the rapid action of a Western storj', ' 
ensures success with any audience. 

9665 Tricked 2 Reels 
Featuring Edmund Cobb 

An unusual Western story, in which a new 
school teacher comes to town and the cowboys, 
when they realise how pretty she is, become 
suddenly conscious of their intellectual short- 
comings and go to school, to a man. 
9668 Six Shootin' Romance 5 Reels 

Featuring Jack Hoxie 
The new boss of D.T. Ranch happens to be a 
woman, and she tries to rule the cowboys as 
though they were schoolboys. After terrible 
trouble, and a desperate battle the Boss realises 
her foUy. 

9672 The Rider of the Pass 2 Reels 
Featuring Fred Humes 

"Bronc Hurley," foreman of a ranch, is really 
the leader of a horse-stealing gang. Edward 
Prince, a ranger, whilst trailing "Bronc," is 
shot. A magnificent chase. 

9673 Quick on the Draw 2 Reels 
Featuring Fred Humes 

Two men are attracted by the same girl. Their 
rivalry nearly leads to a fight, which is only 
avoided by the cowardice of one of them, who 
is exposed as an impostor. 

9674 The Rustler's Secret 2 Reels 
Featuring Edmund Cobb 

In a fight between a Texas sheriff and some 
thieves, the sheriff is shot, but, with a girl's 
help, he lives to fight another day. 

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SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont.) 135 

9675 The Rustlin' Kid 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Humes 
While journeying to meet the girl whom he 
must marry to gain his inheritance, Ted 
Hilton falls in with her foreman, who is also 
a "rustler," and a tremendous fight ensues. 

9676 The Call of Hazard 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Humes 
An accusation of playing with marked cards 
leads to a fight, during which one of the dis- 
putants is recognised as a man "wanted" for 
a bank robbery. 

9693 Taking Chances 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Humes 
Billy Chance is put in charge of a ranch for 
twenty-four hours. He crams into these hours 
too much for us to disclose here. 

9694 The Fire Barrier 2 Reels 

Featuring Jack Mower 
Wall King discharged all his cowboys. Dono- 
van was amongst these, but after rescuing 
King's money, Mrs. King and the boss himself, 
he got his job back all right ! 

9695 A Ranger's Romance 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Oilman 
Bud Kane, a Texas Ranger, new to the Red 
Creek district, accidentally discovers a plot to 
deprive Merril of his claim. After some hard 
riding he runs the villain to earth. 

9696 The Cowboy Chaperon 2 Reels 

Featuring Edmund Cobb 
In order to prevent a flirtation between his 
daughter and a fortune hunter, a ranch owner 
appoints Cobb as her guardian. 

9697 Trapped 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Humes 
Many breath-catching episodes, leading to the 
capture of a gang of fur thieves. 

9698 Looking for Trouble 4 Reels 

Featuring Jack Hoxie 
"Don Quickshot," renowned for his skill with 
a gun, becomes involved in a diamond- 
smuggling conspiracy. 

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136 SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont.) 

9699 The Gold Trap 2 Reels 

Featuring Fred Humes 
Major Fairfax and his daughter trj^ to retrieve 
the family fortunes in the goldfields. Craven 
tries to sell them a worthless mine, but the sale 
is stopped just in time by Jack Craig, a mining 
engineer. 

9700 Crook Buster 2 Reels 

Featuring Jack Mower 
Helen Cartwright, returning home with money 
to pay off the mortgage, is robbed. The 
mone}' is recovered by a neighbouring rancher 
who, with Helen, makes a breath-catching 
journey along a route infested by bandits in 
order to pay the mortgage dues in time. 

9701 The Man from the West 4 Reels 

Featuring Art Accord 
The "Bar H" Ranch has lost so much money 
that it has to be turned into an hotel. A lady 
guest loses her pearls. There follows a series 
of false trails, false accusations and some 
hard riding until the thief is caught. 

9702 The Ridin' Rascal 4 Reels 

Featuring Art Accord 
Shows how a Texas Ranger, single-handed, 
holds a narrow pass against a band of thieves 
until the ranchers come to his aid. 

9703 Chasing Trouble 4 Reels 

Featuring Pete Morrison and his Horse 
"Lightning" 
Paradise Valley has become the home of out- 
laws, whom Morrison and his horse alone dare 
oppose. A wonderful rescue bj/ "Lightning," 
a fierce fight, then victor}'. 

9704 Lazy Lightning 4 Reels 

Featuring Art Accord 
Dicky Rogers, an invalid, stands between his 
uncle and an inheritance of half the estate. 
"Lazy Lightning," a cowboy, protects the boy 
as far as he can from the wiles of this uncle. 
Thrills abound in this film of his attempts, 
finally successful, to save him. 

9706 Hands Off 5 Reels 

Featuring Fred Humes 
Perkins dies, leaving his daughter Myra, and 
his claim, in the hands of Looms and his two 

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SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont.) 
partners. Coe, another cowboy, is in love with 



137 



Myra and the claim, 
after a breathless race. 



Looms wins the girl 



4 Reels 



4 Reels 



5 Reels 



5 Reels 



9710 Set Free 

Featuring Art Accord 
"Side Show" Saunders, with his performing 
horse and dog, arrives in a small town and falls 
in love with Molly Farrell. His rival he sus- 
pects, and proves, to be a villain. 

9711 Desert Dust 
Featuring Ted Wells 

The shooting of a tailor's dummy has been 
mistaken for a real murder. Helen Marsden 
tries to reform the three suspected cowboys. 
They, in turn, rescue her from a plot to rob 
and abduct her. 

9712 The Four-Footed Ranger 

Featuring Edmund Cobb and "D3mamite," 
a Wonder Dog 
Brom Hockley, who is managing a ranch until 
the owner. Miss Lee arrives, is in reality one of 
a gang of cattle thieves. Jack Dunne, a ranger, 
and "Djmamite" "clean up" the ranch before 
the new owner arrives. 

9713 Range Courage 
Featuring Fred Humes 

Len Gallagher's college education has turned 
him into a fop, which causes Betty to dislike 
him and decide not to marry him. A gang 
kidnap Betty, but she is rescued by Len, who 
forgets his city manners and shows himself in 
his true colours. 

9714 The Clean-up Man 5 Reels 
Featuring Ted Wells 

Nobody could solve the mystery of the identity 
of the "Hawk," a rustler, until a girl, looking 
for fossils, was kidnapped by him, not knowing 
that she was being followed. Her secret 
guard then pursues the Hawk and his victim 
until he has captured him and restored to the 
girl her liberty. 
9716 The Rawhide Kid 5 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson 
Dennis O'Hara, a fighting Irish cowpuncher, 
loses his money as well as his horse by gambling. 
He, however, gallops away (with his horse) 
across the border. Later there is a "frame up" 
concerning a big race, which O'Hara, returning, 
wins. 

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138 SECTION 4. (a) Western Dramas (Cont.) 

9733 Combat 6 Reels 

Featuring House Peters 
This ftlm portrays romance and adventure en- 
countered b}' the hero during his strenuous 
attempts to clean up a "tough" lumber camp. 

9822 The Border Sheriff 5 Reels 

Featuring Jack Hoxie 
Sheriff Collins receives orders to break up a 
gang. While on his way he meets Henry 
Belden and his daughter, whom he discovers 
are to be the next victims of this gang. They, 
however, mistrust him and play into the hands 
of the gang, but Collins manages to effect a 
successful eleventh-hour rescue on Belden's 
ranch. 

9826 The Mounted Stranger 6 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson 
A story of a boy's revenge for his father's 
murder at the hands of a gang. He finalty 
turns the tables on the gang and leaves them 
stranded in the desert without any horses. 

9827 Bucking the Truth 4 Reels 

Featuring Pete Morrison and "Lightning" 
Slim Duane, narrowly escaping being hanged 
as a murderer, rescues Ann from the attentions 
of an unwelcome admirer, gets captured by 
smugglers, finds his stolen horse and wins 
Ann for himself. 



9829 Trigger Tricks 

Featuring Hoot Gibson and Sally Filers 
Tim Brennan arrives at the Dawley sheep farm 
to help Betty Dawley settle an account with a 
gang of cattle thieves. The simple way in which 
Tim tricks the gang to fall into his trap is 
both clever and amusing. 

9830 Courtin' Wildcats 

Featuring Hoot Gibson 
Hoot Gibson, in the role of a college boy, who 
is apparently a bookworm. His father, in the 
hope that he is going to make a man of him, 
sends him to work with a "Wild West Show." 
While he is there he meets the "Wild Cat," 
a girl who dislikes every man and tells him so 
in no uncertain terms. He falls in love with 
her and tames her successfully. 

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9832 The Ice Flood 5 Reels 

Featuring Kenneth Harlan and Viola Dana 
Jack de Quincey, son and partner of the head 
of a lumber firm, goes to settle some labour 
troubles brewing in one of the company's 
camps. He does this with considerable success 
by giving each of the camp buUies a good 
thrashing. Imagine the surprise of his father, 
who knew him only as a writer of poetry and 
not as a university boxer. 

9850 Mountain Justice 6 Reels 

Featuring Ken Maynard and Kathryn 
Crawford 
A story of a family feud in the Kentucky 
mountains. 

9890 Trailing Trouble 6 Reels 

Featuring Hoot Gibson 
Ed King has a glib tongue but this does not 
always keep him out of well-deserved trouble : 
more often Molly Blake is a match for him. 
But eventually a catastrophe shakes him out 
of his lackadaisical ways and he proves that in 
an emergency he does not always have to resort 
to lies — but to action. 



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SECTION 4-DRAMA, 16mm. FILMS 

(b) OTHER DRAMAS 

8006 Hope 2 Reels 

Founded on George Frederick Watts famous 
picture of blindfolded "Hope" bending low 
oxer the harp to catch the melody from its 
single remaining string. In a tale of fisher folk 
and lighthouses on the Breton coast, the artist 
tells the origin of his picture. 

8026 One Week of Love 7 Reels 

Featuring Conway Tearle and Elaine 
Hammerstein 
A spoiled rich girl crashes in her aeroplane in 
Mexico, where she is rescued and protected 
from bandits by an outcast American engineer, 
who risks his life for her, though she has shown 
him her contempt for him. 

8042 The Little Church around the Corner 6 Reels 

A tale of high moral tone, concerning the work 
of a deepty religious boy in a mining district 
who becomes a clergyman, and who pleads for 
a better understanding between owners and 
miners. The story contains a romance and a 
mine disaster which help to knit the plot to- 
gether. 

8048 My Boy 5 Reels 

Featuring Jackie Coogan 
The tale of a boy whose father died in France, 
and whose mother died also while on the way 
to America with him. The orphan lands in 
New York all by himself, and tacks himself on 
to an old sailor while his grandmother is 
making frantic efforts to find him. 

8051 Brass 6 Reels 

Featuring Monte Blue, Irene Rich, Marie 
Prevost 
A drama of an unhappy marriage and its com- 
plications when the wife deserts her husband 
and her child. The film is remarkable for its 
acting and its unusual method of presentment. 

8059 The Americano 5 Reels 

Featuring Douglas Fairbanks 
We see Douglas fomenting plots, digging be- 
neath prison walls, making love to Senorita 
Juana, knocking Central American gentlemen 

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on the head and whirhng along at a terrific pace 
towards his fair inamorata. For her he fights 
four generals and defies an army. 

8061 Raffles 5 Reels 

Featuring John Barrymore 
Adapted from E. W. Hornung's famous novel, 
the film needs no introduction other than its 
title, for the amateur cracksman's fame has 
spread wherever English is spoken. 

8062 La Travlata 1 Reel 

The tragic story of Verdi's opera of the same 
name, telling of the unhappy love of Violetta 
for Alfred. 

8078 Beau Brummel 7 Reels 

Featuring John Barrymore 
The tale of the famous 'beau' of the Regency 
period who rose to be an intimate friend of the 
Prince of Wales, later George IV, whom he 
offended, and his subsequent descent to the 
state of a paupered exile. 

8079 Samson and Delilah 1 Reel 

The familiar Bible narrative of Samson as it is 
portrayed in the opera by Saint-Saens. 

8080 Martha 1 Reel 

Lady Henrietta and Nancy her companion, 
bored with the tedium of Court life, go to the 
Hiring Fair, where they accept employment 
from two farmers. They learn, too late, that 
they are legally bound to serve their masters 
for a year. 

8086 II Trovatore 1 Reel 

The tragic story of Verdi's best known opera. 
The love of the supposed gipsy Manrico for the 
Countess Leonora causes her nobleman suitor 
to execute him, only to learn that Manrico was 
his own long lost brother. 

8115 Kismet 7 Reels 

Featuring Otis Skinner, Hamilton Revelle, 

Rosemary Theby, Herschell Mayall, 

Eleanor Fair 

Kismet has been called the one thousand and 

second story of the Arabian Nights. It is the 

tale of the day of days in the life of Hajj, the 

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142 SECTION 4. (b) Drama (Cont.) 

beggar, who dwelt in Bagdad in the first year 
of the reign of the CaUph Abdullah and who 
begged upon the stone by the door of the 
Mosque of the Carpenters. 

The Son of Tarzan 2 Reels each 

In Three Episodes of 2 Reels each 

8128 First Episode — 'The Jungle Children." 

81 29 Second Episode — ' ' Korak the Killer. ' ' 

81 30 Third Episode — ' ' Return of Tarzan. ' ' 

This serial is full of action, thrills and sustained 
suspense. Enjoyable to everyone, it will be 
doubly so to those famiUar with the famous 
book from which it was derived. 

8147 The Wanderer 5 Reels 

Featuring William Collier Jr., Ernest Torrence, 

Greta Nissen, Wallace Beery. 
This is a film version of the Bible story of the 
Prodigal Son, the black sheep of long ago, who 
left home for the allurements of a wicked city. 

8148 The Fighting Coward 5 Reels 

Featuring Ernest Torrence, CuUen Landis, 
Mary Astor, Noah Beery 
This story is set in the days when duels were 
fought on the slightest provocation, and tells of 
a man who hated fighting and was despised for 
it, but later won the admiration of all through 
a queer trick of fate. 

8149 Code of the Sea 5 Reels 

Featuring Rod la Rocque, Jacqueline Logan 

George Fawcett 
One of the greatest storm pictures ever filmed. 
Intensely dramatic, the film shows ships buffet- 
ted by mountainous seas.a little yacht riding the 
tempest like a cockle-shell until it is wrecked 
on a reef, and a cringing coward becomes a red- 
blooded, fighting hero. 

8158 The Feast of Ishtar 2 Reels 

A two reel excerpt from film8147, "The Wanderer" 
consisting of the spectacular scenes in the city 
which lead to its destruction by an earthquake, 
sent from heaven as a judgment on its wicked- 
ness. 

8161 The Eagle of the Sea 5 Reels 

Featuring Florence Vidor, Ricardo Cortez 
The tale is of Jean Lafitte, last of the buccan- 



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eers, and is set in New Orleans and the Gulf of 
Mexico during the year 1820. 

8162 The Lost World 5 Reels 

I Featuring Bessie Love, Lewis Stone, Lloyd 

1 Hughes, Wallace Beery 

This picturisation of Conan Doyle's astonishing 

story combines the scientific reproduction of 
'' scenes from former ages with modern romance 

in a thriUing, stupendous spectacle of breathless 

interest to every spectator. 

8164 Ella Cinders 5 Reels 

Featuring Colleen Moore 
The heroine competes in a beauty contest and 
wins the prize — a trip to Hollywood. On 
arrival she finds that the competition is fraudu- 
lent, but she manages to gain admittance to a 
studio and unknowingly makes an impression. 
There is much comedy in this film, as well as a 
romance. 

8165 The Drop Kick 5 Reels 

Featuring Richard Barthelmess 
A splendid play of modern college life in 
America. Full of dramatic action, comedy 
and pathos, backed up by a strong plot and 
with a remarkably fine American football 
match as the cUmax, 

8170 Young April 5 Reels 

Featuring Bessie Love, Rudolph Schildkraut 
and Joseph Schildkraut 
A demure little orphan is suddenly informed 
that she has become the Grand Duchess of 
Saxheim. She journeys to Paris to find 
adventure and romance which she believes is 
doomed to be unhappy. A charming Ruri- 
tanian love story. 

8173 The Yankee Clipper 5 Reels 

Featuring William Boyd, Elinor Fair, Junior 

Coghlan 
"Lord of the Isles" and the "Yankee Clipper," 
rival ships in the Anglo-American contest for 
maritime supremacy round about 1850, set sail 
together from a Chinese port with cargoes of 
tea for Boston. A realistic t3^hoon partially 
cripples the Yankee vessel and ruins the water 
supply. This leads to mutiny of the crew. 

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144 SECTION 4. (b) Drama (Cont ) 

8174 The Coming of Amos 5 Reels 

Featuring Rod la Rocque, Jetta Goudal, 
Noah Beery 
Amos Bardon, an Australian sheep rancher, 
in accordance with his mother's last wish, 
journeys to the Riviera to visit an uncle, a 
portrait painter. He meets and falls in love 
with Princess Tamirof, but the sinister figure 
of the master criminal Ramon Garcia appears 
on the scene. This film provides first-class 
entertainment for those who like romance with 
a dash of danger. 

8175 The Fighting Eagle 5 Reels 

Featuring Rod La Rocque, Phyllis Haver, 

Sam de Grasse 

The story is built around Court intrigues during 

Napoleon's tempestuous reign as Emperor of 

France, with stirring history' as a background. 

8176 Annapolis 5 Reels 

Featuring John Mack Brown, Jeanette Loff 
A splendid picture, with an Annapolis (U.S.A.) 
background, and steeped in the tradition and 
spirit of that training school for American 
naval officers. 

8177 Captain Swagger 5 Reels 
Featuring Rod La Rocque and Sue Carroll 

An idle, rich young man finds his income 
suddenly cut off, and turns his hand to what- 
ever occupation seems hkely to provide support 
for himself and a lovely girl whom he has be- 
friended. 

8179 Stand and Deliver 5 Reels 

Featuring Rod La Rocque, Warner Oland 
Lupe Velez 
A thriUing full-length feature. Debonair Rod 
La Rocque plays the leading role — that of a 
dashing bachelor, adventurer, ex-World War 
'ace,' and woman-hater. Then he meets Lupe 
Velez who materially changes his views on this 
last point. The setting is in the mountain 
fastnesses of Macedonia, and the plot abounds 
with hair-raising episodes. That extremely 
capable and sinister old villain, Warner Oland, 
is responsible for a good many tense moments. 
A splendid romantic drama. 

8181 The Leatherneck 5 Reels 

Featuring William Boyd, Robert Armstrong 
Full of humour, pathos, romance and adven- 
ture, this stirring story of the comradeship and 

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SECTION 4. (b) Drama (Cont.) 145 

loyalty of men in the American Marine Corps 
shows the human side of the hard-boiled 
"Leathernecks." 

8534 Foiled 4 Reels 

A gang of international spies plan to steal papers 
relating to a wonderful new submarine, the 
possession of which will give any nation the 
supremacy of the sea. Made by amateurs. 

9514 The Last Call 5 Reels 

Featuring Conrad Veidt and Mary Philbin 
A tale of love and hate, introducing three 
people — a girl, a youth and a man. Conrad • 
Veidt takes the part of "Erik the Great," a 
'magician.' Suitable only for adults. 

9516 The Mississippi Gambler 5 Reels 

Featuring Joseph Schildkraut and Mary Philbin 
The setting of this film is a journey downi the 
.» Mississippi. Joseph Schildkraut, as a profes- 
sional gambler, meets and falls in love with 
Mary Philbin, as a passenger traveUing with 
her father to New Orleans. The influence of 
Mary changes him into an honourable lover and 
a gentleman. 

9521 Night Ride 5 Reels 

Featuring Joseph Schildkraut, 
Edward G. Robinson and Barbara Kent 
A thriUing story of gangsters and "Hot News." 
Joe Rooker is star reporter of "The Globe" but 
his crime stories are not appreciated by 
Tonj' Garotta, the Gangster King. On Joe's 
wedding night things begin to move, murder, 
robbery and bombs playing a part, but Joe 
turns the tables on his enemy. 

9600 The Shock 6 Reels 

Featuring Lon Chaney 
Blackmail, embezzlement and sabotage form 
the background for romance in this typical 
Chaney thriller. 

9602 The Fighting Adventurer 6 Reels 

Featuring Pat O'Mally, Mary Astor 
Expelled from college ; turned out of home 
without a penny ; a stowaway on board a ship 
bound to China. A terrific air fight ; a won- 
derful display of flying. An amusing and 
thrilling picture. 

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9603 Dangerous Innocence 6 Reels 

Featuring Eugene O'Brien and Laura la Plante 
A romance, starting on board ship, continues in 
India, where its path does not run too smoothly, 
owing to slanderous accusations by a rival for 
the girl's hand. 

9604 Smouldering Fires 6 Reels 

Featuring Pauline Frederick, Laura la 
Plante, Wanda Hawley, Tully Marshall 
Jane Vale, President of a manufacturing 
company, falls in love with one of her em- 
ployees, and she raises him to an important 
position. Complications arise from this and 
produce a strongly dramatic situation. 

9605 Peacock Feathers 6 Reels 

Featuring Cullen Landis, Jacqueline Logan, 
George Fawcett 
The hero and heroine elope when the hero in- 
herits a ranch, but they are sadly brought to 
earth when they reach it. The film shows 
their reactions to this unexpected poverty. 

9606 Man in Blue 5 Reels 

Featuring Herbert Rawlinson, Madge 
Bellamy 
A thriller with a romance built around a fight 
between Italian gangsters and the poUce. 
The hero, single-handed, holds the Italian 
gang until the Flying Squad arrive. 

9617 Overboard 5 Reels 

Featuring House Peters and Patsy Ruth 

Miller 

Adapted from the novel "Head Winds," this 

film is about a clash of wills between a fearless 

man and a wilful woman. 

9618 The Family Secret 6 Reels 

Featuring Baby Peggy 
Through the cruelt}' and jealously of her father, 
Margaret Selfridge is separated from her hus- 
band, who has been falsely accused and sent to 
jail, and from her baby, who is kept downstairs 
with the servants. However, the baby's charm 
eventually wins her grandfather's heart. 

9630 Merry Go Round 8 Reels 

Featuring Mar>' Philbin, Norman Kerry 
A film of old Vienna, the cit}' of love, Ufe and 

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laughter — until war came to shatter illusions 
and to destroy the crumbling fabric of Imperial- 
ism. After peace has been declared, every- 
thing ends happily. 

9642 Drifting 

Featuring Priscilla Dean, Wallace Beery 
and Anna May Wong 
A war on opium smugglers in China. Shadowy 
forms creeping around the village bearing 
brands ; blood-curdling knife-fights and desper- 
ate sword play, until mounted troops arrive and 
restore order. 

9645 K— the Unknown 

Featuring Virginia Valli, Percy Marmont 
Involves a man who has lost his memory, with a 
thrilling operation performed successfully for a 
climax. A very unusual film, with the tension 
relieved by some really amusing incidents. 

9650-9659 The Trail of the Tiger 

In 10 parts of 2 Reels each 
The most popular way to hire this film is to take 
2 or 4 reels weekly. The numbers are 9650, 9651, 
9652, 9653, 9654, 9655, 9656, 9657, 9658, 9659. 
An exciting circus serial dealing with the efforts 
of a black sheep to retrieve his character by 
outwitting a crafty and treacherous circus 
manager, who has already betrayed a secret 
society of circus people, which is now after his 
blood. Thrills include escaped lions, motor- 
cycle, motor-boat, and car chases, as well as fine 
scenes in the circus itself. 



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9661 Secrets of the Night 6 Reels 

Featuring James Kirkwood and Madge 
Bellamy 
A murder is committed ; every guest in the 
house is suspected. The detective, baffled, 
decides to detain everybody. An excellent 
film that will "keep you guessing" till the end. 
Much humour relieves the excitement. 

9662 The Mad Whirl 5 Reels 

Featuring May McAvoy, Jack Mulhall 
An intriguing theme, demonstrating the folly 
of constant indulgence in pleasure. 

9663 The Price of Pleasure 6 Reels 

Featuring Virginia Valli, Norman Kerrj' 
A story of a ver\^ rich young man, who has 

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148 SECTION 4. (b) Drama (Cont.) 

exhausted all the pleasures of life, and a shop 
assistant who thinks she has tasted none of 
them. They meet, fall in love, and after a 
hectic week of dances, theatres and moonlight 
river parties get married. Then their troubles 
begin, because of the enmity which is felt for 
the girl by her mother-in-law. 

9681 My Old Dutch 6 Reels 

This picture was suggested by the famous music 
hall song, and concerns the efforts of two 
cockneys to bring their son up as a 'gentleman,' 
and the disappointments and delays that 
occurred before their unselfishness was recog- 
nised. 

9682 A Woman's Faith 5 Reels 

Featuring Alma Rubens and Percy Marmont 
Jilted by his wife and cheated by his best 
friend, Don Steele seeks escape from such 
treacher}' in the backwoods, where he meets a 
girl who is under suspicion of committing a 
crime of which she is innocent. 

9703 The Tornado 6 Reels 

Featuring House Peters 
An intriguing stor^^ coupled with wonderful 
scenery and breath-catching episodes, includ- 
ing some fine photography of a storm, makes 
this an excellent film. House Peters is at his 
best as "Tornado." 

9715 Down the Stretch 5 Reels 

Featuring Marion Nixon, Robert Agnew 
A jockey has a bad "spill," and loses his backers 
a lot of money. After many months in hospital 
he is again allowed to ride, this time to win by 
a neck. 

9717 Raffles 5 Reels 

Featuring House Peters 
Adapted from E. W. Homung's famous novel, 
this film needs no introduction other than its 
title, which has passed into the language. 

9718 Fifth Avenue Models 7 Reels 

Featuring Mary Philbin 
The story of a poor artist and his daughter in 
their struggle against poverty. The artist, in 
desperation, helps some crooks and is sent to 

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gaol, while the daughter gets a post as secre- 
tary to an art gallery owner, who falls in love 
with her. From that time their fortunes 
improve. 
9719 The Love Thief 

Featuring Norman Kerry, Greta Nissen 
Mauraine, an impoverished kingdom, is in great 
danger of war with her powerful and aggressive 
neighbour Norvia. The only means of avoid- 
ing an outbreak is an immediate alliance. 
Cupid solves the problem. 

9722 Sensation Seekers 

Featuring BiUie Dove, Huntley Gordon 
The fashionable resort of Huntingdon Bay is 
divided into two cliques, "Ultra Modem" and 
"Infra Victorian." The visit of the local 
parson to the leader of the "Ultra Modem" 
group leads to gossip, which spUts the little 
settlement into two bitterly opposed camps. 
A storm at sea makes a fine climax to this film. 

9727 Alias the Deacon 

Featuring Jean Hersholt 
A mystery story, with boxing and a romance 
for a foundation, centred on a gambler who is 
known as "The Deacon," owing to his adoption 
of a clerical disguise for the practice of his 
"profession." 

9730 The Home Maker 

Featuring Alice Joyce, Clive Brook 
Clive Brook has an accident which paralyses 
his legs, whilst effecting rescues from a fire. 
Consequently his wife has to go to work and 
earn a Uving while he stays at home. He 
eventually regains the use of his legs when 
rescuing his own child from a fire. 

9734 The Turmoil 

Sheridan, a big factory owner, sacrifices practic- 
ally everything for his work, even to the extent 
of losing two of his sons. His third son, 
practically disowned by his father, makes good 
and forces his father to reahse his fooUshness. 

9736 The Ringer 

Featuring Leshe Faber, Nigel Barrie and 

Esther Rhoades 

Edgar Wallace's famous play, made into a 

thrilling film. Maurice Meister lives in terror 

of the "Ringer," whom he knows to be deter- 



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150 SECTION 4. (b) Drama (font.) 

mined to murder him, but does not know who, 
or where he is. A detective story which will 
hold your interest to the end. 

9737 The Clue of the New Pin 6 Reels 

By Edgar Wallace. Featuring Donald 
Calthrop, Benita Hume 
Old Jesse Trasmere is rich. His less affluent 
partner is known to be seeking to repair his 
fortunes. Ursula, Trasmere's niece, has reason 
to be resentful, while Rex, his nephew, though 
having expensive testes, is kept short of funds. 
Follo\\dng an altercation between Trasmere and 
a Chinese servant, the old man is found dead in 
his strong room — murdered — with the door 
locked from the inside. Who killed Jesse 
Trasmere ? 

9739 The Flying Squad 6 Reels 

By Edgar Wallace. Featuring Wyndham 
Standing, Donald Calthrop 
An exciting story of smuggling by aeroplane 
and parachute, of crimes to prevent the detec- 
tion of crimes and of the police counter- 
measures. Donald Calthrop provides one of 
his masterly studies of a thorough -paced 
scoundrel, 

9742 The Forger 6 Reels 

By Edgar Wallace. Featuring Lihan Rich, 
Nigel Barrie 
A wealthy man who beheves that he is the son 
of a lunatic, becomes linked up with a number 
of notorious forgeries. There are sinister 
influences at work, of which e is the easy, and 
innocent, victim. A romance is inter-woven 
with the darker details of the plot. 

9745 The Triumph of the Rat 6 Reels 

Featuring Ivor Novello, Isabel Jeans 
The "Rat," who has risen from the underworld, 
enters Parisian society. In spite of his high 
living, he does not forget his "underworld" 
friends, whom he frequently visits at the 
"White Cofhn." 

9800 Hotel Mouse 6 Reels 

A detective and crook story centred around 
a gambling den and night-club proprietor in 
America during Prohibitionist days. 

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9801 Miriam Rozella 6 Reels 

Featuring Moyna Macgill, Gordon Craig, 
Gertrude McCoy and Owen Nares 
Miriam, to help her mother who is ill and penni- 
less, goes to an old friend's house as companion, 
to find that the friend is now married to a roue. 
A dissolute young man she meets there falls in 
love with her, and tries to force his attentions 
on her. Strong drama. 

9802 The Beloved Vagabond 6 Reels 

This famous story by W. J. Locke has strong 
drama, comedy and a picturesque quality. 
The vagabond's way leads him from Paris and 
bitter memories, along the roads of France, 
through villages that welcome him and his 
violin. There is a reconciliation, but it is 
with his friends of the road, and he finds 
happiness at last. 

9805 Second to None 7 Reels 

Featuring Benita Hume and Ian Fleming 
This naval story is by "Bartimeus," which is 
sufficient recommendation for those who know 
his work. No other writer has so successfully 
portrayed the life of the Navy both in peace 
and war-time, and this film does the author 
full justice. 

9806 Land of Hope and Glory 8 Reels 

The cast of this picture is unusually strong, 
Lyn Harding, Ellaline Terriss, Robin Irvine 
and Enid Stamp-Taylor being some of the 
famous stars included. How an old wheel- 
wright solves the post-war unemployment 
problem for his five sons and their adventures 
in England and the Dominions, form the theme 
of a story in which interest never flags. 

9807 The Great Prince Shan 6 Reels 

Featuring Sesu Hayakawa and Ivy Duke 
World politics form a background for this 
drama of love and secret service. The action 
takes place in the not far distant future when 
premature disarmament has brought England 
into danger of attack by a foreign power. 
Prince Shan, a great Eastern potentate, holds 
the key to the situation and is surrounded by a 
network of international intrigues. Eventu- 
ally, however, he uses his influence to keep the 
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9823 The Gambler 6 Reels 

Featiiring Conrad Nagel and Renee Adoree 
A film adapted from Rex Beach's novel "The 
Michigan Kid." A good story, showing a big 
gambling house in Alaska — a forest fire — two 
men fighting for a girl and their adventures in 
fighting the fire — and finadly a thrilling rundown 
a rapid river between blazing banks to safety. 
A varied film, with plenty of love interest and 
excitement and some good photography. 

9824 Siege 6 Reels 

Featuring Virginia Valli, Eugene O'Brien 
and Mary Alden 
A drama of the conflict between nineteenth 
and twentieth-century ideas in a powerful 
American industrial family, which is dominated 
by an old lady who suddenly finds her rule 
challenged by an outsider, her destined 
successor's wife. 

9829 The Lady of Quality 7 Reels 

Featuring Milton Sills and Virginia VaUi 
A story of the late 17th centur}^ It shows how 
a tomboy is tamed by a man, falls in love with 
him, is deserted by him and falls in love with 
a national hero and becomes one of London's 
most fashionable society women. She is then 
faced with a terrible disaster. A fine historical 
romance. 

9833 After Many Years 6 Reels 

Cartwright, a poUce officer, is murdered and 
Maitland, his murderer, escapes and is reported 
to be drowned. Some yesiTS later Cartwright's 
son is sent to Peru to settle some trouble among 
the workers. He does so and discovers that 
the agitator behind all the trouble is Maitland, 
his father's murderer and sends him back to 
stand his trial. 

9844 The Charlatan 6 Reels 

Featuring Margaret Livingstone 
A wife who deserted her husband many years 
before unknowingly visits him when he has 
become a fortune teller. She is about to play 
the same trick on her second husband, and the 
fortune teller is called to the house, in which 
the atmosphere is already tense — Then she is 
murdered .... Who did it ? 

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9845 Jazz Mad 7 Reels 

Featuring Jean Hersholt and Marion Nixon 
A dramatic story of the fall of a popular com- 
poser from his position in the musical world, 
and of his struggle against odds in a world gone 
rhythm crazy. 

9847 The Storm Daughter 5 Reels 

Featuring Priscilla Dean 
A strong sea drama. Kate Masterson, skipper 
of her own fishing boat, is run down by the 
schooner "Bangor," and shanghaied. The 
advent of a woman on board makes the already 
discontented crew more mutinous than ever, 
especially when they see the captain's treat- 
ment of her. 

9849 Wine 6 Reels 

Featuring Clara Bow, Huntley Gordon and 
Robert Agnew 
A drama of the States in prohibition days. The 
Warriner family is faced with ruin just as their 
daughter Angela is 'coming out.' Mr. Warriner 
goes into business with bootleggers to save the 
family fortunes while Angela drifts into a 
'smart' and fast set. From then, events march 
on to a swift and inevitable climax. 

9851 The Mystery Club 7 Reels 

Featuring Matt Moore and Warner Oland 
The Armchair Club's members are all descend- 
ants of a pirate crew, and a statement by a 
policeman friend that they cannot commit a 
crime and go unpunished leads their inherent 
spirit of adventure to bet that they can. 

9860 The Perch of the Devil 6 Reels 

Featuring Pat O'Malle}^ and Mae Busch 
While prospecting for gold on his ranch, Greg- 
ory Compton marries Ida Cook. On the 
suggestion of Mrs. Blake, who has designs on 
Gregory herself, Ida accompanies her to 
Europe. Complications follow — a triangle 
drama with a thrilling chmax. 

9861 The Irresistible Lover 6 Reels 

Featuring Norman Kerry 
In spite of all the pajonents that he has to make 
to the gold-diggers whose victim he is, the very 
ehgible bachelor, J. Harrison Grey, is not con- 
vinced of his susceptibility to feminine charm. 
But one day he bumps — only too hterallj^ — into 

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154 SECTION 4. (b) Drama (Cont.) 

Betty Kennedy, daughter ot a policeman, one of 
his own tenants. They fall in love — but she and 
her family-find out who he is. and they disapprove. 

9863 The Little Giant 7 Reels 

Featuring Glenn Hunter and David Higgins 
Elmer Clinton's old uncle Glen decides that 
peddling is no trade for his nephew to follow, so 
he gives him all the education he has never had 
himself. Elmer gets a fine job in New York, 
and a wife, and social ambitions. But the path 
is not so smooth. 

9864 The Shannons of Broadway 6 Reels 

Featuring Lucile Webster Gleason and James 

Gleason 
Two variety artists lose their job in a middle 
west town where they are left stranded having 
offended the proprietor of the town's only 
hotel. Complications set in and some funny 
business goes on, but the Gleasons come out on 
top. 

9886 Collegians in Business 6 Reels 

Featuring George Lewis 
The popular team who have acted in so many 
two reelers of American college life, here show 
their paces in a full length tale of two boj's' 
attempt to fight their wa}^ to success in a shoe 
shop of their own. Much comedy is used to 
help on the action, which also contains a 
romance. 

9887 Melody Lane 6 Reels 
A story of a married couple on the stage, and of 

the differences that occur between them when 
the man wants their daughter to foUow in their 
footsteps, in spite of the rigid opposition of his 
wife. It is the little girl who decides, in the end. 

9888 A Chapter in Her Life 6 Reels 

Featuring Jane Mercer 
Her father and mother going abroad, a little 
girl goes to her grandfather's where she is not 
wanted, and feels lonety and misunderstood, 
only her faith in keeping her courage strong. 
Her persistence in this great faith eventually 
converts her grandfather and her cousin to a 
better view of life. 

9889 What Men Want 6 Reels 

Featuring Ben Lyon 
A triangle drama, comphcated by the fact that 
the two women in the case are sisters. 

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SECTION 4. (b) Drama (Cont.) 

9898 Love and Glory 

A romance starting in a French village, inter- 
rupted by a colonial war to which the man is 
summoned, and an invasion which wrecks the 
village and drives the girl from her home. 
After many years of almost hopeless search by 
the hero the lovers are reunited in Paris. 

9900 Volga, Volga 

Featuring Hans Sclettow and Lillian Hall- 
Davies 
The story of a Robin Hood of Russia who, as 
a pirate, sailed up and down the Volga terror- 
ising the nobilit}' and helping the peasants. 

9903 The Beggar Countess 

Featuring Christa Tordy and Jack Trevor 
The story of centuries-old hate existing between 
the two families of Thorbecken and de Mont- 
fort. After a series of exciting adventures the 
old feud is settled by the alliance of young 
Thorbecken and Gertrude de Montfort. 

9905 Fear 

Featuring Henry Edwards, Elga Brink 
A wife, on holidaj' alone, is inveigled into a 
compromising situation which is, unknown to 
her, reported to her husband. A plot to black- 
mail her causes her to take poison. She 
recovers and finally confides in her husband, 
who forgives her readily, knowing that she has 
been unjustly accused. 

9927 Henry, King of Navarre 

Featuring Matheson Lang 
A story with a historical background depicting 
the rough passage of a romance during the 
wars between Huguenots and CathoUcs in 
France at the close of the 16th centur}-. 

9944 Becket 

Featuring Sir Frank Benson 
The historical story of the assassination of 
Thomas A 'Becket on the steps of Canterbury 
Cathedral, with a romance woven into it. 

9946 Boadicea 

Featuring Phj-llis Neilson-Terry, Lilhan 
Hall-Davies, Clifford McLaglen 
The historical stor\' of the invasion of Britain 
by the Romans. Shows Queen Boadicea 
leading the Britons to battle against the 
intruders who had wronged her. 



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8 Reels 



6 Reels 



7 Reels 



5 Reels 



6 Reels 



7 Reels 



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156 SECTION 4. (b) Drama (Cont.) 

9947 Guy Fawkes 5 Reels 

A romance woven round the great historical 
stor>' of the Gunpowder Plot. 

9948 The King's Highway 6 Reels 

Featuring Matheson Lang, James Carew, 
Gerald Ames, Joan Lockton 
The story of Paul CUfford the highwayman, 
who robbed the rich to give to the poor. 

9953 Robinson Crusoe 6 Reels 

The film of the well-known story of Robinson 
Crusoe, with his man Friday. 

9960 Undertow 7 Reels 

Featuring Mary Nolan 
This storj- of conflicting love and jealousy un- 
folds wdthin a grim lighthouse, of which Sally's 
husband, Paul, is the keeper. Sent blind by a 
sea rescue accident, Paul is a prej^ to fears that 
Sally is false, and really loves Jim Caine, 
the lighthouse superintendent. FuU of ex- 
citing scenes, the action piles up to a grand 
climax. 

9961 The Hide Out 6 Reels 

Featuring James Murray and Kathryn 
Crawford 
James Murray, as the son of a bootlegger who 
is trying to turn his offspring into a gentleman 
via college, gets into trouble with the police. 
To escape their attentions the boy goes to 
another college under another name. The 
fame he achieves there as an oarsman compli- 
cates the issue, and the way his problems are 
solved make fine entertainment. 

9962 The Climax 6 Reels 

Featuring Jean Hersholt 
Luigi, maestro of song, sets out to restore the 
voice and fortunes of Adella. Aided by Pietro, 
his son, who loves Adella, they nearly succeed 
• — but a necessar}'' operation to Adella's throat 
stands between her and perfection. The 
money is raised with difficulty, but the opera- 
tion fails. To help Luigi, Adella decides to 
marr}- wealthy Dr. Gardoni. What happens 
to end the story happily is revealed in the 
climax. 

9963 The Shakedown 7 Reels 

Featuring James Murray and Barbara Kent 
A thrilling story of the fake boxing bout racket. 

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SECTION 4. (b) Drama (Cont.) 157 

There are many breath-taking scenes before 
fighter James Murray finally quits his crooked 
path, and his last fight with BattUng Roff is 
a fitting end to the picture. 

9966 The Blind Ship 6 Reels 

War comes between Adelqui Millar and the girl 
he loves and during these years much happens 
to keep them apart. Not until our hero has 
suffered many hardships at sea, including 
bhndness from a mysterious disease which 
affects the entire crew, are they brought 
together again. 



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158 



INDEX OF 
KODASCOPE* 16 mm. LIBRARY FILMS 



^ 


i;c Tuj.x 


AND 


TITLE 


CLASS PAGE 


Abraham Lincoln 


(1/i) 


69 


Across the Desert to Siwa . . 


(1/a) 


20 


Adventurer, The 


(2/e) 


91 


Adventures of Maj-a the Bee, The 


(1/f) 


55 


Adventures of Peter, The . . 


(1/f) 


59 


yEsop's Fables 


(3/f) 


122-123 


After Many Years 


(4/b) 


152 


Agriculture and Fishery 


(1/e) 


50-53 


Air Port . . . / 


(1/k) 


76 


Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp 


(2/a) 


79 


Alaska 


(1/a) 


22 


Alias the Deacon 


(4/b) 


149 


Ali Baba and the Fort}' Thieves . . 


(2/a) 


79 


All Aboard 


(2/f) 


95 


All for Uncle 


(2/h) 


111 


All Night Long 


(2/h) 


101 


All Wet 


(2/h) 


115 


Americano, The 


(4/b) 


140 


America Goes Over . . . . 


(1/k) 


74 


America's Little Lamb 


(1/e) 


51 


Among the Araucanians 


(1/a) 


14 


Animal and Bird Life in Yosemite National 






Park 


(1/f) 


55 


Animals in Captivity and Free 


(1/f) 


55 


Animals in Captivity and Free 


(1/h) 


68 


Animals of the Cat Tribe 


(1/f) 


61 


Animated Models 


(3/a) 


121 


Annapolis 


(4/b) 


144 


Ant Life as It Isn't . . 


(3/e) 


123 


Anthracite Coal 


(1/c) 


41 


Arabian Daze 


(2/d] 


89 


Arctic Hike on Aletsch Glacie 


(1/a^ 


13 


Argentina 


(l/a) 


27 


Arid South-West 


(1/a) 


23 


Around Old Heidelberg 


(l/a) 


18 


Around the Bases 


(2/d) 


87 


Around the Horn in a Square Rigger 


(1/a) 


20 


Around the World in Ten Minutes 


(1/a) 


17 


Art Treasures of the Vatican 


(1/a) 


17 


Ashbridge Castle 


(1/i) 


69 


Astronmcous . . 


(3/e) 


122 


Athens 


(1/a) 


9 


Atmospheric Pressure 


(1/d) 


45 


Australian Jamboree, 1934-35 


(1/k) 


47 


The NUMBER and LETTER in bra 


ckets indi 


cates 


the SECTION and CLASS of Film. 


See Pi 


j?e 5 



INDEX 


(Cont.) 




159 


SECTION AND 


TITLE CLASS PAGE 


Automobile, The 




• (1/c 


41 


Babes in the Wood . . 




(2/a 


78 


Baby Bea\'ers 




• (1/f 


59 


Bali : East Indian Island . . 




• (1/a 


24 


Balkans, The 




• (1/a 


10 


Balloons 




(3/d 


121 


Bank, The 




• (2/e 


92 


Barely Reasonable . . 




(4/a 


129 


Barnum Was Right . . 




• (2/ V 


118 


Battle, The 




(3/d) 


121 


Beach Club, The 




(2/h] 


105 


Bear Knees . . 




• (2/b^ 


81 


Bears and Three Jungle Giants 




• (1/f 


60 


Be a Sport 




• (1/g) 


65 


Beau Brummel 




(4/b) 


141 


Beautiful Bavaria 




(1/aj 


19 


Beautiful Norway 




• (1/a 


19 


Beauty Parade 




• (2/h] 


114 


Beavers 




• (1/f) 


57 


Becket 




(4/b) 


155 


Bedtime 




(3/d) 


121 


Beet and Cane Sugar 




• (1/e) 


52 


Beggar Countess, The 




(4/b) 


155 


Behaviour of Light, The 




■ (1/d) 


47 


Behind the Front 




• (2/ i) 


119 


Behind the Screen 




• (2/e) 


92 


Beloved Vagabond, The 




(4/b) 


151 


Big Cit3^ The 




(2/h) 


109 


Big Show, The 




• (2/c) 


85 


Big Tent, The 




• (3/ f ) 


123 


Bird Homes 




. (1/f) 


58 


Birds of Prey 




• (1/f) 


59 


Birds of the Sea Coast 




(1/f) 


59 


Birthday 




(3/d) 


121 


Birth of an Aeroplane, The 




• (1/c) 


39 


Bishop of London, The 




. (1/k) 


75 


Bituminous Coal 




• (1/c) 


40 


Black Oxfords 




(2/h) 


104 


Blind Ship, The 




• (4/b) 


157 


Blue Blazes . . 




(4:'a) 


133 


Boadicea 




(4/b) 


155 


Bobby Jones, Slow Motion Analj'sie 




• (1/g) 


62 


Bodiam Castle 




(1/i) 


69 


Bohemia 




(1/a) 


9 


Bolivia 




■ (1/a) 


26 


"Bonnie Scotland" . . 




• (1/b) 


33 


Boobs in the Wood . . 




(2/h) 


101 


Boome Trail, The 




(1/a) 


25 



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the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See Page 5 



160 INDEX 


(Cont.) 




SECTION 


AND 


TITLE CLASS PAGE 


Boot and Shoe Making at Northampton . . (1/c' 


34 


Border Sheriff, The . . 




(4/a) 


138 


Boys Will be Joys . . 




• (2/b) 


81 


Brass . . 




(4/b) 


140 


Braveheart 




• (4/a) 


125 


Brazil 




• (1/a) 


28 


Breaking Records 




• {2/ci) 


87 


Bristol 




(1/a) 


6 


British Travel Films 




(1/b) 


30-33 


Broken China 




(2/h) 


102 


Broncho Buster, The 




• (3/f) 


122 


Brother for Sale 




• (2/h) 


107 


Bubbles 




(3/d) 


121 


Buckaroo Kid, The . . 




(4/a) 


132 


Bucking the Truth . . 




(4/a) 


138 


Building the Corridor Third 




• (1/b) 


33 


BuU Fighter, The 




(2/h) 


102 


Buried Treasure 




(2/b) 


81 


Burglar, The 




• (2/h) 


102 


Burlesque of "Carmen" 




• (2/e) 


93 


Biuning Youth 




(2/h) 


114 


Buster's Bust Up 




(2/h) 


100 


Buster's Heart Beats 




(2/h) 


109 


Buster Helps Dad 




(2/h) 


110 


Buster's Hvmting Party 




(2/h) 


110 


Buster's Mix-up 




(2/h) 


110 


Buster's Orphan Party 




(2/h) 


110 


By Baltic Waters 




• (1/a) 


19 


By the Water's Edge 




• (1/c) 


37 


Calford in the Movies 




(2/d) 


87 


Calford v. Redskins . . 




• (2/d) 


87 


CaUfomia's Missions 




• (1/a) 


15 


Call of Hazard, The . . 




(4/a) 


135 


Campus Carmen, The 




(2/h) 


103 


Campus Vamp 




• (2/h) 


104 


Canned Thrills 




• (1/g) 


64 


Captain Kidd's Kids 




• (2/f) 


96 


Captain Kidd's Kittens 




• (2/b) 


81 


Captain Suds 




• (2/h) 


109 


Captain Swagger 




(4/b) 


144 


Captming Lions bj- Aeroplane 




• (1/h) 


67 


Carbon Oxygen Cycle 




• (1/d) 


48 


Cartoons 




(3 ) 


121-123 


Casting Animals 




• (1/k) 


75 


Castles 




• (1/i) 


69 


Castles in the Air 




• (1/f) 


54 


Cattle 




• (1/e) 


51 


Cavalcade of Ford . . 




(I'c) 


37 


The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indi 


cates 


the SECTION and CLAS. 


S of Fill 


71. See Pi 


2ge 5 



INDEX (Cont.) 

TITLE 
Celebration of the Mass 
Central America 
Ceylon 

Challenge, The 
Champeen, The 
Champion, The 
Championship Tennis Game, 
Chaplin, Charlie 
Chapter in Her Life, A 
Charlatan, The 
Chasing Trouble 
Cheddar Valley 
Chemical Calamity . . 
Chemical Effects of Electricity 
Chesapeake Bay 
Children of Bohemia 
Children of Holland . . 
Children of Poland . . 
Children of Roumania 
Children of Scandinavia 
Children of the Balkans 

Chile 

Chiltern Hills, The . . 

China Peril, The 

Chinese Blues 

Chip, the Wooden Man 

Chumming with the Animals 

Cine Miscellanies 

Circus Time . . 

City of the Key 

Clash of the Wolves, The 

Cleanliness 

Clean-up Man, The 

Climax, The . . 

Close Figuring 

Cloud Buster, The 

Clue of the New Pin, The . 

Clunked on the Corner 

Cocoa and Chocolate Making 

Code of the Sea 

Coffee . . 

Cohens and the Kellys, The 

Cohens and the Kellys in Atlantic City, The 

Cohens and the Kellys in Scotland, The 

Cold Shoulders and Warm Welcomes 

Collegians in Business 

"Collegians" Series 

Combat 

The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See Page 5 



161 



SECTION AND 




CLASS 


PAGE 


(1/k) 


76 


(1/a) 


23 


(1/a) 


20 


(3/d) 


121 


(2/b) 


83 


(2/e) 


92 


(1/g) 


63 


(2/e) 


91-94 


(4/b) 


154 


(4/b) 


152 


(4/a) 


136 


(1/a) 


18 


(3/c) 


121 


(1/d) 


47 


(1/a) 


23 


(1/a) 


10 


(1/a) 


9 


(1/a) 


10 


(1/a) 


9 


(1/a) 


9 


(1/a) 


10 


(1/a) 


26 


(1/a) 


19 


(2/j) 


120 


(2/h) 


107 


(3/a) 


121 


(1/f) 


55 


(1/a) 


21 


(2/h) 


102 


(1/a) 


19 


(4/a) 


124 


(i/i) 


71 


(4/a) 


137 


(4/b) 


156 


(1/g) 


64 


(2/h) 


114 


(4/b) 


150 


(2/h) 


105 


(1/c) 


39 


(4/b) 


142 


(1/e) 


53 


(2/i) 


117 


(2/i) 


117 


(2/i) 


116 


(1/a) 


14 


(4/b) 


154 


(2/d) 


87-88 


(4/a) 


138 



162 INDEX (Cont.) 




SECTION 


AND 


TITLE CLASS PAGE 


Comedies . . . . . . . . . . (2 


) 78-120 


Comicalities 


. . (3/e 


) 122 


Coming of Amos. The 


(4/b 


144 


Common Salt 


. (1/c 


42 


Compressed Air 


.. (1/d 


45 


Considering Posey 


•• (1/f 


54 


Contest 


. (3/d 


121 


Continent of South America, The 


.. (1/a 


26 


Corn . . 


.. (1/e 


51 


Cotton Goods 


• (1/c^ 


43 


Cotton Growing 


• (1/e^ 


51 


Cougar or Mountain Lion, The 


. (1/h^ 


67 


Count, The 


. (2/e] 


92 


Courage of Collins, The 


. (4/a^ 


130 


Courtin' Wildcats 


(4/a^ 


138 


Covered Wagon, The 


. (4/a^ 


124 


Coveted Coat, The . . 


• (2/i) 


120 


Cowbo}^ Chaperon, The 


. (4/a) 


135 


Cradle of Champions, The . . 


. (1/g) 


63 


Crook Buster 


(4/a) 


136 


Cross Country Run . . 


(2/d) 


87 


Crossing Mt. Blanc . . 


. (1/a) 


7 


Crowning the Count . . . . 


(2/h) 


110 


Cruising in the Fjords of Norway 


. (1/a) 


6 


Cruising in the Mediterranean 


• (1/a) 


7 


Cuckoo Murder Case, The . 




. (3/e) 


123 


Cure, The 




. (2/e) 


92 


Dallying on the Danube 




• (1/a) 


19 


Dames Ahoy 




. (2/ i) 


118 


Dangerous Innocence 




(4/b) 


146 


Dangerous Trails 




. (1/h) 


67 


Daring Days 




. (4/a) 


132 


Dawdling in Devon . . 




. (1/a) 


20 


Dawn Till Dusk 




. (1/a) 


20 


Day at the Lakes, A 




• (1/b) 


31 


Day in North Wales, A 




• (1/b) 


31 


Day With the Gypsies, A . 




• (1/a) 


16 


Dear Old Calford 




(2/d) 


88 


Demon, The . . 




(4/a) 


133 


Denmark 




. (1/a) 


27 


Derwentwater 




• (1/a) 


18 


Desert Dust . . 




(4/a) 


137 


Development of the Photogr 


aphic Image 


• (1/d) 


45 


Devil Horse, The 




• (4/a) 


126 


Documentary Films . . 




• (1) 


6-77 


Do Detectives Think ? 




• (2/g) 


98 


Dog's Days , . 




(2/b) 


81 


Doings in Doodlcbugville 




(3/a) 


121 


The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indi 


cates 


the SECTION and 


CLASS of Filr 


«. See Pc 


ige 5 



INDEX 


(Cont.) 




163 


SECTION 


AND 


TITLE CLASS PAGE 


Doing Their Bit 




(3/c) 


121 


Domesticating Wild Men 




• (l/a) 


16 


Don't Park There 




(2/h) 


100 


Don't Tell Ever}^ thing 




(2/h) 


101 


Double Trouble 




(2/h) 


113 


Double X, The 




(4/a) 


128 


Down the Stretch 




(4/b) 


148 


Dozen Socks, A 




(2/h) 


106 


Draggin' the Dragon 




. (3/e) 


122 


Dramas, General 




(4/b) 


140-157 


Drifting 




(4/b) 


147 


Drink of Water, A 




• (1/J) 


71 


Drive in Paris, A 




• (1/a) 


6 


Drop Kick, The 




(4/b) 


143 


Duck Shooting in Wapanoca Lake 




. (1/h) 


66 


Dude Desperado 




(4/a) 


130 


Dutch East Indies, The 




• (1/a) 


25 


Eagle of the Sea, The 




(4/b) 


142 


Earl}' to Rice 




• (1/a) 


12 


Easy Street . . 




• (2/e) 


91 


Eiffel Tower, The 




• (1/a) 


6 


Eighteen Carat 




(2/h) 


114 


Einstein's Theory of Relativity 




• (1/d) 


45 


Electroplating To-day 




• (1/c) 


40 


Elephant's Elbows, The 




(2/a) 


78 


Ella Cinders . . 




(4/b) 


143 


Embarrassing Moments 




• (2/i) 


116 


Emergency Man, The 




(4/a) 


128 


Energy from Sunlight 




• (1/d) 


47 


English Lake District, The . . 




• (1/b) 


32 


Every Man for Himself 




(2/b) 


84 


False Alarm, The 




(3/d) 


121 


Family Secret, The . . 




(4/b) 


146 


Farm, The 




• (1/e) 


53 


Fashioning of Mother of Pearl, The 




• (1/c) 


35 


Fast Life, A . . 




• (1/a) 


8 


Fast Male, The 




. (2/h) 


99 


Fear . . 




(4/b) 


155 


Feast of Ishtar, The 




(4/b) 


142 


Felix All Puzzled 




• (3/e) 


122 


FeHx Brings Home the Bacon 




(3/e) 


122. 


Felix Cartoons 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Comes Back 




■ (3/e) 


122 


Felix Fifty-Fifty 




■ (3/e) 


122 


FeHx Finds 'Em Fickle 




(3/e) 


122 


Felix Finds Out 




. (3/e) 


122 


Felix Follows the Swallows 




• (3/e) 


122 


Fehx Foozled 




• (3/e) 


122 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See Page 5 



164 INDEX (Cont.) 






SECTION 


AND 


TITLE CLASS PAGE 


Felix Full o' Fight . . 


• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Gets Broadcast 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Gets His Fill .. 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Gets Left 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Gets Revenge . . 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Goes a-Huntin' 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Goes Hungry . . 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Grabs His Grub 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Hyps the Hippo 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix in Fairyland . . 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix in Hollyu'ood . . 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix in Love 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix in the Bone Age 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix in the Swim 




• (3/e) 


122 


FeUx Lends a Hand . . 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Makes Good 




• (3/e) 


122 


Fehx Out of Luck . . 




. (3/e) 


122 


FeUx Pinches the Pole 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Revolts 




• (3/e) 


122 


Fehx Saves the Day 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Strikes It Rich 




• (3/e) 


122 


Felix Tries for Treasure 




• (3/e) 


122 


Fehx Turns the Tide 




• (3/e) 


122 


Fehx Wins Out 




• (3/e) 


122 


Few Good Terns, A . . 




• (l/f) 


55 


Fighting Adventurer, The 




. (4/b] 


145 


Fifth Avenue Models 




• (4/b) 


148 


Fighting Coward, The 




• (4/b] 


142 


Fighting Eagle, The 




■ (4/b^ 


144 


Fighting for Victory 




■ (2/d) 


88 


Fighting Legion, The 




. (4/a) 


128 


Fighting Spirit 




• (2/d] 


87 


Fight It Out . . 




• (4/a 


126 


Finland 




• (1/a 


28 


Fire Barrier, The 




• (4/a^ 


135 


Fire Fighters . . 




■ (1/k] 


75 


Fire Fighters . . 




• (2/b) 


82 


Fire Making . . 




• (1/d] 


47 


Fireman, The 




• (2/e] 


91 


Fire Prevention 




• (1/k] 


76 


Fire Protection 




• (l/k) 


76 


Fire Safet}' 




• (l/j] 


71 


First Aid, Life Saving and ] 


Resuscitation . 


• (1/J 


72 


Fish and Totem 




• (1/h] 


66 


Fishery and Agriculture 




• (1/e 


50-53 


Fish from Hell 




• (1/h 


68 


Fishing 




(3/d 


121 


Fishing and Hunting 




• (1/h 


6t>-68 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



INDEX (Cont.) 

TITLE 
Flaming Fathers 
Flax to Linen 
Flies . . 
Flim Flam Film 
Flint Knapping 
Flip the Frog 
Flivver Vacation, j 
Floorwalker, The 

Flower Life in Yosemite National Park 
Fluttering Hearts 
Flying Cadets 
Flying Elephants 
Fly-Low Jack and the Game 
Flying Squad, The 
Foiled 

Follow the Leader 
Follow the Leader 
Food and Growth 
Footlight Follies 
Forger, The . . 
Formation of Soil 
Fortune Teller, The 
Four-Footed Stranger, The 
Four-Mile Smoke Stack, A . . 
Four Square Steve . . 
Four-Stroke Cycle Gas Engine 
Fourth Alarm, The 
Four Times Foiled 
Fox Hunt, The 
Free Schools . . 
Frequency Curves 
FVogs, Toads and Salamanders 
From Cairngorms to Oban . . 
From Flower to Fruit 
From Haiti to Trinidad 
From Hand to Mouth 
From London to Japan 
From the Bahamas to Jamaica 
From Wheat to Bread 
Furniture Making 
Galloway 
Gambler, The 
Game Birds . . 
Gangway 
Gangway 

Gardening for Gold 
Geographical and Travel 
George Leaves Home 

The NUMBER atd LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



16- 



SECTION- 


AND 


CLASS PAGE 


(2/h 


101 


(1/c 


43 


(3/d 


121 


(3/e 


122 


(1/c 


39 


(3/g 


123 


(2/h 


110 


(2/e, 


91 


(1/f. 


56 


(2/h 


108 


(1/k 


73 


(2/g 


97 


(2/h 


106 


(4/b 


150 


(4/b 


145 


(1/g] 


64 


(2/a] 


78 


(l/d) 


47 


(2/d) 


89 


(4/b) 


150 


(l/d) 


48 


(3/d] 


121 


(4/a] 


137 


(1/a) 


13 


(4/a] 


129 


(l/d 


46 


(2/b] 


82 


(2/c 


85 


(3/f 


122 


(1/k 


77 


(l/d] 


46 


(1/f 


60 


(1/b] 


31 


(1/ f] 


61 


(1/a] 


24 


(2/ f ] 


95 


(1/a] 


7 


(1/a) 


24 


(1/c) 


41 


(1/c) 


42 


(1/b) 


30 


(4/b) 


152 


(1/f) 


59 


(1/g) 


63 


(1/k) 


73 


(1/a] 


14 


(la] 


6-29 


(2 h 


111 



166 


INDEX 


(Cont.] 






SECTION- 


AND 


TITLE CLASS PAGE 


George Washington . . 
Gentlemen Prefer Scotch 




• (2/h 


69 
99 


Getting Gay With Neptune 
Gibraltar of Canada, The . . 




• (1/a 


62 

7 


Giddap 

Girl from Everj^where, The 

Glacier National Park 




• (2/h 

• (2/h] 

• (1/a 


105 

103 

23 


Glass-Blowing Technique . . 

Glass Making 

Going Good . . 

Going Up to Iguazu . . 

Gold 




• (1/c] 

• (1/c] 

• (2/h] 

• (1/a] 

• (1/c] 


42 

36 

112 

13 

44 


Gold Trap, The 
Golden Gate, The 




• (4/a] 

• (1/a] 


136 
23 


Golf Nut. The 




• (2/h] 


101 


Grass . . 




. (1/a] 


18 


Great Prince Shan, The 




• (4/b) 


151 


Greece 




• (1/a) 


8 


Green Plant, The 




• (1/f) 


61 


Grief in Baghdad 
Guided and Miss Guided 




. (2/a) 
■ (1/a) 


79 
14 


Gunning without Game 

Guy Fawkes . , 

Gypsies 

Half-Back of Notre Dame, The 




• (1/c) 
. (4/b) 

• (1/a) 

• (2/h) 


34 

156 

21 

105 


Hallow'een 




• (2/d) 


89 


Hampton Court 
Handicrafts in Belgium 
Handle 'Em Rough 




■ (1/i) 

• (1/k) 

• (2/a) 


69 
75 

79 


Hands Off . . 






• (4/a) 


136 


Hands Up ! . . 






• (2/ i) 


119 


Happy Duffer, The . 
Hardy and Laurel 
Harold Lloyd 
Haunted Castles 






. (1/g) 

• (2/g) 

• (2/f) 

• (1/i) 


63 
97-98 
95-96 

69 


Haunted Heiress, A . 






• (2/h) 


111 


Haunted Spooks 
Hawaiian Islands 






• (2/f) 
. (1/a) 


95 
22 


Head Hunters of Ecuador . . 




. (1/a) 


16 


Heat and Light from Electricity . 
"H.F." Car Tester, The 




• (1/d) 

• (1/c) 


74 
34 


Hell's Heroes 




• (4/a) 


127 


Helpful Al 

Hen Punchers of Piperock . . 
Henry, King of Navarre 
Her Bashful Beau 




• (2/h) 

• (4/a) 
■ (4/b) 

• (2/h) 


109 
129 
155 
107 


Her Big Night 

Heritage of Defence 




• (2/ i) 

• (1/k) 


118 
74 


The NUME 
the SECTIC 


iER and LETT 
?N and CLAS^ 


ER in b 
> of Fil 


rackets ind 
m. Seep 


'cates 
age 5 



INDEX (Cont.) 




167 




SECTION 


AND 


TITLE 


CLASS PAGE 


Heritage of the Air . . 


(1/k) 


75 


Heritage of the Sea . . 


(1/k) 


74 


Her Lucky Leap 


(2/h) 


no 


Her Rodeo Hero 


(4/a) 


128 


Hide Out, The 


(4/b) 


156 


High Society . . 


(2/b) 


84 


High Up 


(3/b) 


121 


Highways and Byways of Britain . . 


(1/c) 


36 


Hi Jack and the Game 


(2/d) 


89 


Hills of Kentucky, The 


(4/a) 


125 


His Bachelor Daddies 


(2/h^ 


107 


His First "Flame" . . 


(2'/h 


101 


His Girl's Wedding . . 


(2/h) 


113 


Historical Episode in the Life of Michae 


I 




Angelo 


(1/i) 


69 


Historical Introduction to the Study o 


f 




Chemistry 


(1/d 


49 


History 


(1/i) 


69-70 


Hitting the High Spots 


(1/a) 


15 


Hoboken to Hollywood 


(2/h) 


106 


Hold Your Breath 


(2/h) 


100 


Hold Your Man 


(2/i) 


116 


Hole in One, A 


(3/f) 


122 


Holidays in Scotland 


(1/b) 


32 


HoUand 


(1/a) 


11 


Hollywood To-day . . 


(1/k) 


74 


Home Maker, The 


(4/b) 


149 


Home Trail, The 


(4/a) 


127 


Home Nursing 


(1/J) 


71 


Honeymooning With Ma 


(2/h) 


111 


Honej^moon Squabble, A . . 


(2/h) 


110 


Hook, Line and Sinker 


(3/e) 


121 


Hope 


(4/b) 


140 


Hot Air Heating 


(1/d) 


45 


Hotel Mouse . . 


(4/b) 


150 


House Fly, The 


(1/f) 


61 


Housekeeping at the Zoo 


(1/f) 


56 


How do you get your Exercise ? 


(1/g) 


63 


How to Tell a Phone 


(1/k^ 


75 


How will you have your Bath ? 


(1/g) 


62 


Hungary 


(1/a 


27 


Hungry Hobos 


(3/b 


121 


Hunting and Fishing 


(1/h 


66-68 


Hunting Big Game in Africa 


(1/h 


66 


Hydro-Electric Power in the Southen 


1 




Appalachians 


(1/c 


) 41 


Hygiene 


(1/i 


) 71-72 


Hypnotist, The 


(3/d 


) 121 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



168 



INDEX (Cont.) 



TITLE 
Ice Cold Cocos 
Ice Flood. The 
Ice Flood, The 

I Do . . 
Illumination . . 

II Trovatore . . 
Immigrant. The 
In Again, Out Again 
In and Out of Kongo San 
Indians Are Coming, The 
Induced Currents 
Industrial Films 
In Search of Gold 
Instructional Cricket Film 
Instructional Rugger Film 
In the Da^'s of Wooden Ships and Iron Men 
In the Lee of the Horn 
In the Park . . 
In\isible Ink . . 
Iron Mule, The 
Iron Nag, The 
Iron Ore to Pig Iron 
Irresistible Lover, The 
Irrigation 
Island of Surprise 
"Isle of Man, The" . . 

Italy 

It's a Bear 

Jack and the Beanstalk 

Jail Birds 

Japan 

Japanese Festivals . . 

Japanese Industr}' . . 

Jasper the Magnificent 

Jazz Mad 

Jerry the Giant 

Jim Hood's Ghost 

Jubilo Jnr. 

Jumping Beans 

Jungles of the Amazon 

Junior Luck . . 

Junior Year, The 

Just in Time 

Just Monkeys 

Just Neighbours 

Juvenile Films 

Kelly Gets His Man . . 

Kenihvorth Castle 

The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



SECTION AND 




CLASS 


PAGE 


(2/h) 


106 


(4/a) 


139 


(2/f) 


95 


(2/f) 


95 


(l/d) 


48 


(4/b) 


141 


(2/e) 


91 


(3/f) 


123 


(1/a) 


8 


(4/a) 


126 


(1/d) 


47 


(1/c) 


34-44 


(1/c) 


40 


(1/g) 


62 


(1/g) 


62 


(1/k) 


73 


(1/a) 


11 


(2/e) 


93 


(3/d) 


121 


(2/h) 


107 


(2/h) 


105 


(1/c) 


41 


(4/b) 


153 


(1/e) 


51 


(1/a) 


11 


(1/b) 


33 


(1/a) 


11 


(2/b) 


83 


(2/a) 


79 


(3/g) 


123 


(1/a) 


29 


(1/a) 


7 


(1/c) 


38 


(la) 


7 


(4/b) 


153 


(2/a) 


78 


(4/a) 


129 


(2/h) 


100 


(3/d) 


121 


(1/a) 


17 


(2/d) 


88 


(2/d) 


88 


(2/c) 


85 


(1/f) 


57 


(2/f) 


95 


(2/a) 


78-80 


(4/a) 


127 


(1/i) 


69 



INDEX (Cont.) 

TITLE 
Kentucky Derby, The 
King's Highway, The 
Kismet 

Knight W'atch 
Knockout Buster 
K — the Unknown 
Ladies' Pet 
Lady of Lions 
Lady of QuaUty, The 
Land of Hope and Glory 
Lapland 
Last Call, The 
Last Lap, The 
Last Life 
La Traviata . . 
Laundry Business 
Laurel and Hardy 
Lazy Lightning 
Lead . . 

Leading a Dog's Life 
Leather 

Leatherneck, The 
Legend Land 
Lenses 

Life in the Sahara 
Life O' Riley . . 
Lighthouse by the Sea, The 
Lightning Lover, The 
Light Wines and Bearded Ladies 
Limestone and Marble 
Lindy's Cat . . 
Lino Cuts 

Lion and the Souse, The 
Little Church Around the Corner, The 
Little Giant, The 
Little Red Riding Hood 
Live Ghosts 
Lizzies of the Field . . 
Lloyd, Harold 

L.M.S. Railway Travel Films 
Looking for Trouble 
Look Out Buster ! . . 
London 
London 

Long Fliv the King . . 
Long, Long Trail, The 
Lords of the Back Fence 
Lost World, The 

The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



169 



SECTION 


AND 


CLASS PAGE 


(2/i 


117 


(4/b^ 
(4/b) 
(2/h 
(2/h) 
(4/b) 
(2/c) 


156 
141 
113 

99 
147 

85 


(2/d) 
(4/b 
(4/b 


89 
152 
151 


(1/a 


8 


(4/b 
(2/d 
(3/e 
(4/b 


145 

88 

122 

141 


(3/c 


121 


(2/g 


97-98 


(4/ a 


136 


(1/c 


43 


(1/a 


12 


(1/c 


42 


(4/b 


144 


(1/a 


20 


(1/d 


48 


(1/a 


26 


(1/k 

(4/a^ 

(2/i] 
(2/h^ 
(1/c 


73 

124 

117 

99 

40 


(3/f 


122 


(1/k 
(2/h 


75 
104 


(4/b 


140 


(4/b^ 


154 


(2/ a 


80 


(2/d 


89 


(2/h 


104 


(2/f 


95-96 


(1/b 


30-33 


(4/a 


135 


(2/h^ 
(1/a^ 


111 

28 


(1/b^ 


31 


(2/h^ 

(4/a' 


107 
127 


(1/f) 


55 


(4/b 


143 



170 INDEX (Cont.) 






SECTION AND 




TITLE CLASS 


PAGE 


Love and First Flight 


(2/h) 


104 


Love and Glory 


(4/b) 


155 


Love 'Em and Weep 


(2/g) 


97 


Love M3' Dog 


• (2/b) 


82 


Love Thief, The 


(4/b) 


149 


Love Trap, The 


(2/ i) 


119 


Lucky Devil, The 


(2/i) 


119 


Lucky Dogs . . 


• (1/f) 


55 


Lucky Larkin 


(4/a) 


127 


Lumbering in the Pacific North-West 


(1/e) 


52 


Luther Burbank 


(1/f) 


58 


Mad Whirl. The 


(4/b) 


147 


Magnetic Eftects of Electricity 


• (1/d) 


47 


Main Street the World Over 


(1/a) 


16 


Make or Break 


(l/g) 


63 


Making a Taboret 


(1/c) 


42 


Making Locomotive Wheels 


• (1/c) 


38 


Making of Stained Glass, The 


• (1/c) 


36 


Manchukuo . . 


(1/a) 


29 


Man from the West, The 


• (4/a) 


136 


Man in Blue . . 


• (4/b) 


146 


Man's Faith in Man . . 


(4/a) 


124 


Man's Size Pet, A . . 


(4/a) 


13{) 


Man Tamer, The 


(4/a) 


129 


Manufacture of Crj'stal Glass, The 


(1/c) 


35 


Manufacture of Leyland Motors, The 


■ (1/c) 


35 


Manufacture of Nobel-Glasgow High Explc 


)- 




sive, The . . 


• (1/c) 


35 


Manufacture of Soda Ash 


• (1/c) 


35 


Maple Sugar and SjTup 




• (1/e) 


52 


Marathon Runners . . 




. (3/c) 


121 


Market Gardening 




• (1/e) 


52 


Market Place 




. (1/e) 


50 


Marseilles 




• (1/a) 


22 


Martha 




• (4/b) 


141 


Martin of the Mounted 




■ (4/a) 


126 


"Mary, Mary" 




• (2/a) 


80 


Matchmaking Mama 




• (2/h) 


103 


Meat Packing 




• (1/c) 


42 


Mechanical DoU 




. (3/d) 


121 


Melody Lane . . 




• (4/b) 


154 


Menace of the Mounted 




• (4/a) 


128 


Men Against Sea 




. (1/h) 


68 


Merr}' Go Round 




. (4/b) 


146 


Mexico 




(1/a) 


23 


Microscopic Animal Life 




• (1/f) 


57 


Mighty Like a Moose 




• (2/h) 


108 


Mild West 




• (2/h) 


114 


The NUMBER and LETTER in I 


brackets indicates 




the SECTION and 


CLASS of Fil 


m. See page 5 





INDEX 


Cont.) 




171 


SECTION 


AND 


TITLE CLASS PAGE 


Milk, Fruit, Vegetables and Cereals 


• (1/e) 


53 


Mining and Smelting of Copper, The 


• (1/c) 


43 


Miriam Rozella 




• (4/b) 


151 


Miscellaneous 




. (1/k) 


73-77 


Misfit Sailor, A 




(2/h) 


103 


Mississippi Gambler, The 




. (4/b) 


145 


Mississippi Mud 




- (3/b) 


121 


Mississippi's Water Baby . . 




• (1/a) 


14 


Mr. Outing Floats a Dream 




• (I/a) 


10 


Mr. Outing Instructs 




• (1/a) 


12 


Mistletoe Bough, The 




• (1/i) 


69 


Models in Motion for Freehand Drawing . 


• (1/k) 


76 


Modern Basketball Fundamentals 


• (1/g) 


65 


Modern Football Fundamentals 




• (1/g) 


65 


Modern Love 




• (2/ i) 


118 


Mohawk Valley 




• (1/a) 


22 


Monkey Business 




• (2/b) 


82 


Monkey Land . . ... 




• (1/f) 


54 


Monkey Land Up the Barito River 




• (1/a) 


10 


Monkeys and Apes . . 




• (1/f) 


60 


Monsters of the Deep 




. (1/h) 


67 


Mont Blanc 




■ (1/a) 


13 


Moose Country, The 




• (1/ f) 


54 


More Adventures of Aladdin 




(2/ a) 


79 


Mother Goose Land . . 




• (3/d) 


121 


Motor Boat Demon, The 




• (2/h) 


99 


Mountain Justice 




• (4/a) 


139 


Mounted Stranger, The 




(4/a) 


138 


Mount Everest Expedition 1933 . 




• (1/a) 


6 


Movie Mad 




■ (3/g) 


123 


Movie Star's Stampede, A . . 




■ (1/a) 


12 


Mo\ie Trip Through Filmland, A . 




• (1/c) 


39 


Mutt and Jeff 




• (3/c] 


121 


Mush Again . . 




• (2/h] 


113 


My Boy 




. (4/b] 


150 


My Lady's Stockings 




• (1/c) 


40 


My Old Dutch 




• (4/b] 


148 


Mj^sterious Mystery . . 




• (2/b] 


83 


Mystery Club, The . . 




(4/b] 


153 


Naples 




• (1/a] 


12 


Napoleon Junior 




(2/a] 


78 


Nature 




• (1/f) 


54-61 


Native Animals of Australia 




• (1/f 


54 


Neighbours 




• (2/h^ 


113 


Netting the Leopard 




• (1/h 


67 


Never Weaken 




. (2/ f ^ 


96 


New Architecture at the London Zoo 


• (1/f 


55 


New Architecture at the London Z( 


DO 


• (1/k^ 


76 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



172 


INDEX 


Cont.) 






SECTION- 


.\XD 


TITLE CLASS PA(tE 


New Aunt, The 






(2/h) 


102 


New England Fisheries 






• (1/e) 


51-52 


NewlA^'wed's Pets 






• (2/h) 


100 


New Orleans . . 






• (1/a) 


23 


New South, The 






■ (1/a) 


27 


New York 






• (2/b) 


84 


New York Water Supple- 






• (1/c) 


41 


Night at the Show, A 






• (2/e) 


92 


Night Cry, The 






• (4/a) 


125 


Night of the Knight, The . 






• (2/i) 


120 


Night Out, A ... 






• (2/e 


93 


Night Owls . . 








(2/h) 


112 


Night Ride 








(4/b) 


145 


Nitrogen Cycle, The 








• (1/d) 


48 


No Boy Wanted 








(2/h) 


112 


No Noise 








• (2/b) 


83 


Non-Stop Fright 








■ (3/e) 


122 


Northern Alaska To- 


day 






• (1/a) 


16 


Northern Ireland 








• (1/b) 


30 


Northern Trails 








• (1/a) 


19 


North of 50-50 








(2/a) 


79 


North Wales 








• (1/b) 


32 


Norway 








■ (1/a) 


9 


Nurserj^ Troubles 








(2/h) 


109 


Ocean Liners . . 








■ (1/c) 


43 


Off His Trolley 








• (2/h) 


104 


Official Officers 








(2/b) 


83 


Oh, Doctor . . 








• (2/ i) 


117 


Oh, What a Kick ! 








(2/h) 


103 


Old China and New 








• (1/a) 


8 


Old South, The 








• (1/a) 


26 


Olympic Winter Games 






• (1/g) 


65 


On a South Sea Shore 






• (1/a) 


17 


One A.M 






• (2/e) 


92 


One Best Pet, The . . 






• (2/c) 


85 


One Mama Man 






(2/h) 


108 


One Man Game, A . . 






(4/a) 


132 


One Too Exciting Night 






■ (2/i) 


120 


One Week of Love . . 






(4/b) 


140 


One Wild Ride 






(2/b) 


83 


On (iuard 






(2/d) 


88 


Open Air Trails 






• (1/g) 


63 


Optical Instruments 






• (1/d) 


48 


Orchids and Ermine 






• (2/ i) 


120 


Order of Fish, An . . 






• (1/h) 


66 


Oregon Country, The 






• (1/a) 


24 


Ore Raiders, The 






(4/a) 


131 


Oswald the Rabbit . 








(3/b) 


121 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



INDEX (Cont.) 




173 




SECTIO> 


" AND 


TITLE 


CLASS PAGE 


"Our Gang" . . 


(2/b 


81-84 


Outdoor Indore 


• (3/e 


122 


Out in the Rain 


(2/h 


114 


Outlaw's Daughter, The 


• (4/a 


132 


Out-of-the-Inkwell 


(3/d 


121 


Outwitting the Timber Wolf 


• (1/h 


67 


Overall Hero, An 


• (2/c 


86 


Overboard 


(4/b 


146 


Overland to Cahfornia 


• (1/a 


24 


Oysters 


■ (1/e^ 


53 


Pacific Coast Salmon 


. (1/e 


53 


Paddhng Co-eds 


(2/d 


88 


Painless Pain 


(2/h 


110 


Pair of Silk Stockings, A . . 


• (2/i 


119 


Panama Canal, The . . 


• (1/a 


22 


Panicky Pancakes 


(3/b 


121 


Passenger Trains of the L.M.S. 


• (1/b 


32 


Patent Attorneys 


(3/c^ 


121 


Pathways of Perfection 


• (1/c] 


37 


Pawns and Queens . . 


(4/a^ 


131 


Pawnshop, The 


• (2/e] 


91 


Peacock Feathers 


(4/b 


146 


Peanuts 


(1/e) 


52 


Peck's Bad Boy 


. (2/ i] 


119 


Peek-a-Boo 


(2/h) 


107 


Peep into a Well-known Pottery Works, J^ 


^ (1/c) 


39 


Peep into Puzzle Land, A . . 


(3/d) 


121 


People in the Park . . 


■ (1/k) 


75 


Pep of the Lazy "J" 


(4/a) 


131 


Perch of the Devil, The 


(4/b) 


153 


Peru 


• (1/a) 


28 


Phantom Bullet, The 


(4/a) 


134 


Phantom Gambler, The 


• (1/i) 


69 


Philippine Lslands, The 


• (1/a) 


22 


Pig Iron to Steel 


- (1/c) 


41 


Piperock Blaze, The 


(4/a) 


131 


Piperock Hero 


■ (4/a) 


131 


Plain Jane 


(2/h) 


111 


Plane Crazy . . 


(2/h) 


114 


Plane Saihng . . 


• (1/g) 


65 


Plane Sailing . . 


- (1/k) 


75 


Planting and Care of Trees 


• (1/e) 


51 


Playing the Swell 


(2/h) 


109 


Plots and Blots 


• (2/i) 


120 


Plumed Rider, The . . 


(4/a) 


130 


Poland 


• (1/a) 


9 


Police 


• (2/e) 


93 


Politics 


(3/e) 


122 


The NUMBER and LETTER in b 


rackets ina 


icates 


the SECTION and CLASS of Fib 


n. See p 


age 5 



174 INDEX (Cont.) 


SECTION AND 




TITLE 


CLASS 


PAGE 


Polygamy and Palomitas 


(1/f) 


54 


Pony Express, The . . 


(4/a) 


125 


Popular Science 


(1/d) 


45-49 


Popular Scottish Holiday, A 


(1/b) 


31 


Porto Rico 


(1/a) 


25 


Port Sunlight 


(1/c) 


39 


Potato Enemies 


(1/e) 


53 


Power . . 


(1/c) 


39 


Practical Bee-Keeping 


(1/e) 


50 


Prague 


(1/a) 


10 


Prairie Pirate, The . . 


(4/a) 


125 


Precision and Practice 


(1/c) 


38 


Price of Pleasure, The 


(4/b) 


147 


Printing and Bookbinding . . 


(1/c) 


44 


Prodigal Pup, The . . 


(2/a) 


78 


Producing Crude Oil 


(1/c) 


43 


Progress of Sea Transport, The (Mode 


1 




Ships) 


(1/c) 


37 


Province of Quebec . . 


(1/a) 


27 


Pueblo Indians 


(1/a) 


25 


Purifying Water 


(1/d) 


45 


Pussy in Pictures 


(1/f) 


55 


Puzzle, The . . 


(3/d) 


121 


Quail Hunting 


(1/h) 


66 


Quick on the Draw . . 


(4/a) 


134 


Raccoon, The 


(1/f) 


57 


Raffles 


(4/b) 


141 


Raffles 


(4/b) 


148 


Railroad Safety 


(1/k) 


76 


Rambling Around Old Japan 


(1/a) 


15 


Range Courage 


(4/a) 


137 


Ranger's Romance, A 


(4/a) 


135 


Range Sheep . . 


(1/e) 


52 


Rawhide Kid, The . . 


(4/a) 


137 


Ready to Serve 


(2/c) 


85 


Reafforestation 


(1/e) 


52 


Real and Model Railways . . 


(1/k) 


73 


Reckless Age, The . . 


(2/i) 


117 


Red Hot Sands 


(3/f) 


123 


Red Raiders, The 


(4/a) 


125 


Reel Riots 


• (1/h) 


68 


Refining Crude Oil . . 


(1/c) 


44 


Refrigeration 


■ (1/d) 


46 


Refrigeration and Its Applications 


• (1/c) 


36 


Regent's Park Zoo . . 


• (1/b) 


31 


Regent's Park Zoo . . 


• (1/f) 


55 


Relay, The 


• (2/d) 


88 


Reptiles 


• (1/f) 


60 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



INDEX (Cont.) 




175 




SECTION 


AND 


TITLE 


CLASS PAGE 


Rest Cure, The 


(4/a) 


130 


Reunion, A . . 


(3/d) 


121 


Ride 'Em Cowboy . . 


(3/f) 


122 


Rider of the Pass, The 


(4/a) 


134 


Ridin' Rascal, The . . 


(4/a) 


136 


Rink, The 


(2/e) 


92 


Ringer, The . . 


(4/b) 


149 


Rio Grande, The 


(1/a) 


23 


Rival Romeos 


(3/b) 


121 


Rivals, The . . 


(2/d) 


87 


River of Doubt, The 


(3/f) 


123 


Roaring Ranch, The 


(4/a) 


131 


Robinson Crusoe 


(4/b) 


156 


Robinson Crusoe Hours 


(1/k^ 


74 


Rocky Mountain Mammals 


(1/f) 


59 . 


Rolling Home 


(2/i) 


118 


Romance of a Lemon 


(1/e) 


50 


Romance of Champagne, The 


(1/c) 


36 


Romance of Stone, The 


(1/c) 


40 


Rome 


(1/a) 


12 


Ropin' Fool, The 


(2/h) 


100 


Roping the Black Panther 


(1/h) 


67 


Roumania 


(1/a) 


10 


Royal Fourflush, A 


(2/d) 


90 


Royal Visit to Manchester and Liverpool 


, 




The 


(1/b) 


31 


Rubber 


(1/c) 


41 


Rubber Tires 


(2/i) 


120 


Ruffed Goose, The . . 


(1/f) 


58 


Rugged Cumberland 


(1/a) 


18 


Running Wild 


(2/d) 


87 


Rushing Business 


(2/h 


112 


Russia 


(1/a 


28-29 


Rustler's Secret 


(4/a, 


134 


Rustler's Ranch 


(4/a] 


133 


Rustlin' Kid, The 


(4/a^ 


135 


Saddle Journey to the Clouds, A . . 


(1/a] 


15 


Safety at Sea 


(1/k. 


76 


Safety First . . 


(1/c 


36 


Sailors, Beware ! 


(2/g] 


98 


Sally's Day Out 


(2/a 


80 


Salmon Run, The 


(1/e 


50 


Samson and Delilah . . 


(4/b 


141 


Sand and Clay 


(1/c 


40 


Sardinia 


(1/a 


20 


Saturday Afternoon . . 


(2/h 


101 


Saving Savages in the South Seas . . 


(1/a 


16 


ScaUng the Alps 


(3/f 


123 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
theiSECTION and CLASS of Film See page 5 



176 


INDEX 


Cont.) 






SECTION- 


AND 


TITLE CLASS PAGE 


Scenes from a Scottish Pilgrimage 


• (1/b 


31 


School Mates . . 




• (2/d 


90 


Science, Popular 




. (1/d 


45 49 


Sea Dog's Tale 




(2/h 


106 


Seals and Walruses . . 




. (1/f 


61 


Second to None 




• (4/b] 


151 


Secrets of the Night 




(4/b 


147 


Seeing the World 




• (2/b 


83 


Sensation Seekers 




(4/b 


149 


Sentinel Cammell Rail Cars 




. (1/c 


34 


Set Free 




(4/a 


137 


Seven Sisters . . 




• (1/a^ 


19 


Shakedown, The 




(4/b 


156 


Shakespeare Country 




■ (1/b 


31 


Shanghaied 




(2/e 


92 


Shannons of Broadway 




(4/b 


154 


Shark Fishing 




• (1/e 


53 


She's a He 




(2/h 


112 


Ship Ahoy 




. (1/k] 


73 


Ship of the Desert . . 




• (1/f) 


61 


Ships of the Narrow Seas . . 




• (1/b) 


33 


Shivering Spooks 




(2/b) 


82 


Shock, The 




(4/b) 


145 


Shootin' Injuns 




• (2/b) 


84 


Shore Shy 




(2/h] 


102 


Short Weight 




■ (2/h] 


115 


Should Tall Men Marry ? . . 




• (2/g] 


97 


Siberia 




• (1/a] 


29 


Sid's Long Count 




(2/h) 


112 


Siege . . 




• (4/b) 


152 


Silk 




• (1/c) 


42 


Silver . . 




• (1/c) 


44 


Simple Machines 




• (l/d) 


46 


Sister's Pest 




• (2/h) 


115 


Six Shootin' Romance 




• (4/a) 


134 


Ski-ing and Other W'inter Sports . 




• (1/g) 


62 


Skinner Steps Out 




• (2/ i) 


116 


Sky High Corral 






■ (4/a) 


132 


Sky Scrappers 






(3/b) 


121 


Skylarking 






(2/h) 


106 


Sky Sentinel, The 






• (1/a) 


18 


Smithy 






• (2/g) 


97 


Smouldering Fires 






• (4/b) 


146 


Snap, the Gingerbread Man 




(3/a) 


121 


Snookums Asleep 




(2/h) 


111 


"Snooky's" Fresh Heir 




• (2/c) 


85 


"Snooky" the Monkey 




. (2/c 


85-86 


Snow Water . . 






(1/k) 


75 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film See page 5 



INDEX (Cont.) 


SECTION AND 


177 


TITLE 


CLASS 


PAGE 


Soap . . 


• (1/c) 


42 


Some Friendly Birds 


• (1/f) 


58 


Some Larger Mammals 


• (1/f) 


60 


Some Sea-Shore Animals 


• (1/f) 


57 


Some Water Insects 


• (1/f) 


58 


Son of Tarzan, The . . 


(4/b) 


142 


Sons of the Saddle . . 


• (4/a) 


127 


Southend-on-Sea 


• (1/b) 


30 


Southport 


• (1/b) 


30-33 


South Seas Sagas 


• (1/a) 


18 


Sparring Partners 


• (3/d) 


121 


Spartan Diet . . 


• (1/g) 


64 


Speeding Youth 


• (2/d) 


88 


Speed}- Marriage, A . . 


(2/h) 


109 


Spiders 


• (1/f) 


59 


Spider's Lair, The 


• (3/ f ) 


122 


Splashing Through . . 


(2/d) 


88 


Splash Mates . . 


• (2/d) 


88 


Sporting Youth 


• (2/ i) 


117 


"Sporting Youth" Series 


• (2/d) 


89-90 


Sports 


• (1/g) 


62-65 


Spring Fever . . 


• (2/f) 


95 


Spurs 


(4/a) 


128 


Square Tails of Drowning River, The 


• (1/h) 


68 


Stand and Dehver . . 


(4/b) 


144 


Starvation Blues 


(2/h) 


108 


Steam Power 


• (1/d) 


46 


Stepping High 


(2/h) 


113 


Step Right Up 


(2/h) 


114 


Stolen Ranch, The . . 


(4/a) 


133 


Stop Snookums ! 


(2/h) 


112 


Stop That Noise 


• (2/h) 


115 


Storing Seas . . 


• (3/g) 


123 


Storm, The 


(4/a) 


133 


Storm Daughter, The 


(4/b) 


153 


Story of Bournville, The 


• (1/c) 


35 


Story of Raphael's Masterpiece, The 


• (1/i) 


70 


Stor\' of Stamps, The 


• (1/k) 


74 


Stranded 


(2/h) 


114 


Strange Inheritance, A 


(4/a) 


130 


Stratford-on-Avon . . 


■ (1/a) 


16 


Street Safety . . 


■ (1/J) 


72 


Submarine Chasers, The 


. (3/c) 


121 


Sunday Morning 


(2/h) 


115 


Surf and Sail 


• (1/g) 


64 


Surprise 


(3/d) 


121 


Sweden 


• (1/a) 


27 


Swimmers and Swimming . . 


• (1/g) 


64 


The NUMBER and LETTER in b 


rackets indicates 




the SECTION and CLASS of Filr 


n. See page 5 





178 


INDEX (Cont.) 








SECTION- 


AND 


TITLE 


CLASS PAGE 


Tableware 




• (1/c 


42 


Taking Chances 




(4/a 


135 


Taxi Spooks . . 




(2/h 


105 


Taxi War, A . . 




. (2/h 


109 


Tenderfoot Courage . 




(4/a 


132 


Ten Years Old 




• (2/b) 


82 


Termites 




• (1/f) 


57 


Thar' She Blows ! 




• (l/e) 


50 


Theatrical Business . 




. (3/c, 


121 


They Grow Ever}^where 


• (1/a] 


14 


They Went to See in a Rickshaw . . 


• (1/a) 


13 


13 Washington Square 


. (2/i 


118 


Thrill of the Thoroughbreds, The . . 


• (1/g 


62 


Through Wildest Africa 


• (1/a 


8 


Tichborne Castle 


• (1/i] 


69 


Timber 


. (1/e] 


50 


Time and Motion Analysis 


■ (1/d] 


46 


Tin 


• (1/c) 


43 


Tin Bronc 


(4/a) 


126 


Tired Business Man 


(2/b) 


82 


Tool Steel Manufacture 


• (1/c) 


34 


Tornado 


(4/b) 


148 


Total Loss 


(2/h) 


113 


Tower of London, The 


. (1/i) 


69 


Toy Steel Manufacture 


• (1/c) 


34 


Trailing Trouble 


(4/a) 


139 


Trail of the Tiger, The 


(4/b) 


147 


Tramp, The . . 


• (2/e) 


93 


Transportation on the Great Lakes 


• (1/a) 


25 


Trapped 


(3/d) 


121 


Trapped 


(4/a) 


135 


Travel and Geographical 


• (1/a) 


fr-29 


Travels in Toyland . . 


• (1/a) 


17 


Tray Full of Trouble, A 


. (2/c) 


86 


Tree Stump and Quarry Blasting . . 


• (1/c) 


34 


Triangular Tour, The 


• (1/a) 


7 


Tricked 




(4/a) 


134 


Trick Photography . 




• (2/i) 


120 


Trigger Tricks 




(4/a) 


138 


Triple Action 




(4/a) 


134 


Triple Trouble 




• (2/e) 


94 


Trip to Mars 




(3/d) 


121 


Triumph of the Rat, The 


(4/b) 


150 


Triumph of the "Royal Scot", The 


• (1/b) 


32 


Trust Peggy . . 


• (1/c) 


37 


Turkey 


. (1/a) 


29 


Tiirmoil, The 


(4/b) 


149 


Two-Fisted Jones 


(4/a] 


132 


The NUMBER and LETTER in I 


rackets ina 


icates 


the SECTK 


:>N and CLASS of Eib 


n. See p 


age 5 



INDEX 


(Cont.) 




179 


SECTION AND 




TITLE CLASS 


PAGE 


Two-Fister, The 


. . (4/a) 


129 


Two Wagons, Both Covered 




(2/h) 


100 


Unblazed Trails 




(1/a) 


8 


Under-sea Life 




(1/f) 


60 


Undertow 




(4/b) 


156 


Up in the Air after AUigators 




(1/h) 


68 


Vagabond, The 




(2/e) 


91 


Venice 




(1/a) 


6 


Vernon's Aunt 




(2/h) 


115 


Vickers Amphibious Tank and the 


Turbo 






Electric Liner 




(1/c) 


38 


Vickers Aviation Film, 1913-1931 . 




(1/c) 


38 


Vickers Tractor, The 




(1/c) 


38 


Vienna 




(1/a) 


11 


Village Barber, The . . 




(3/g) 


123 


Village Smith}^ The 




(3/g) 


123 


Virginia 




(1/a) 


27 


Volcanoes . . . , . , 




(1/a) 


26 


Volendam 




(1/a) 


12 


Volga, Volga 




(4/b) 


155 


Wading Birds 




(1/f) 


59 


Wagon Master, The . . 




(4/a) 


127 


Wanderer, The 




(4/b) 


142 


Wandering in the Wye 




(1/a) 


20 


Wandering Papas 




(2/h) 


108 


Warwick Castle 




(1/i) 


69 


Washington . . 




(1/a) 


25 


Washington Countrj^ The . . 




(1/b) 


30 


Waswanipae Week-End, A . . 




(1/a) 


13 


Water Cycle, The 




(1/d) 


45 


Water Power 




(1/d) 


46 


Water Wonders 




(1/g) 


65 


Weather Forecasting 




(1/d) 


48 


Week in the Peak District, A 




(1/b) 


33 


Weigh of the World, The . . 




(1/c) 


34 


We're in the Navy Now 




(2/i) 


120 


Western Dramas 




(4/a) 


124-139 


Western Highlands, The . . 




(1/b) 


31 


What an Excuse 




(2/h) 


111 


What Men Want 




(4/b) 


154 


What the Puppy Said 




(2/i) 


116 


Wheat 




(1/e) 


51 


When Winter Comes 




(1/c) 


36 


When Winter Comes in the Yosemite 


(1/a) 


22 


Where It's Always Vacation Time 


(1/a) 


11 


Where the North Begins 


(4/a) 


124 


Where the Screen Trees Grow 


(1/f) 


54 


Where They Go Rubbering 


(1/a) 


12 


The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 




the SECTION and CLAS 


S of Fih 


n. See page 5 





180 INDEX (Cont.) 






SECTION AND 




TITLE 


CLASS 


PAGE 


Where Was I ? 


.. (2/i) 


118 


Which Switch ? 


.. (2/j) 


120 


Whipsnade Zoo 


.. (1/b) 


31 


Whipsnade Zoo 


•• (1/f) 


55 


Whirlwind, The 


. . (2/h) 


99 


Whispering Smith Rides 


. . (4/a) 


133 


White Man Who Turned Indian, The 


. . (4/a) 


126 


White Sails . . 


.. (1/k) 


74 


Whole Town's Talking, The 


.. (2/i) 


117 


Why Sailors Go Wrong 


• . (2/ i) 


120 


Wild Animals of Africa 


.. (1/h) 


66 


Wild Creatures in Captivity 


.. (1/f) 


56-57 


Wild Flowers 


.. (1/f) 


58 


Wild Flowers in Yosemite National P< 


irks (l/-f) 


56 


Wild Puppies 


. . (2/b) 


81 


Wild Turkey, The 


.. (1/h) 


66 


Windsor Castle 


.. (1/i) 


69 


Wine 


. . (4/b) 


153 


Wine, Women and Sauerkraut 


• . (2/h) 


99 


Wireless Lizzie 


. . (2/h) 


103 


Wisconsin Dairies 


.. (1/c) 


40 


Wise Guise 


. . (3/e) 


122 


With Love and Hisses 


. • (2/g) 


97 


Woman's Faith, A . . 


. • (4/b) 


148 


Woodcroft Castle 


.. (1/i) 


69 


Wooden Soldier, The 


. . (2/a) 


78 


Wood Pulp 


.. (1/c) 


41 


Woollen Goods 


.. (1/c) 


43 


Work .. .. 


.. (2/e) 


93 


World Jamboree, Arrowe Park, Birt 


:en- 




head, 1929 


.. (1/k) 


73 


World's Fair, The 1934 


.. (1/a) 


21 


Wrought Iron 


.. (1/c) 


36 


Yankee Clipper, The 


. . (4/b) 


143 


Yanky Clippers 


. . (3/b) 


121 


Yearning for Love . . 


. ■ (2/h) 


112 


Yellowstone National Park 


.. (1/a) 


14 


Yellowstone National Park 


.. (1/a) 


24 


York and One of its Leading Industries 


.. (1/c) 


35 


Yosemite, Grand Canyon and Rocky Mo 


un- 




tain Parks 


.. (1/a) 


15 


Yosemite National Park 


.. (1/a) 


24 


Yosemite Trails from a Burro's Back 


.. (1/a) 


15 


You'll Be Surprised . . 


• • (2/c) 


85 


Young April . . 


. . (4/b) 


143 


Young Sherlocks 


. . (2/b) 


82 


Your Driving Test . . 


.. (1/c) 


37 



The NUMBER and LETTER in brackets indicates 
the SECTION and CLASS of Film. See page 5 



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